You can specify text to be included in any output format other
than a given one with the
@ifnotdocbook ... @end ifnotdocbook @ifnothtml ... @end ifnothtml @ifnotinfo ... @end ifnotinfo @ifnotlatex ... @end ifnotlatex @ifnotplaintext ... @end ifnotplaintext @ifnottex ... @end ifnottex @ifnotxml ... @end ifnotxml
@ifnot… command and the
@end command must
appear on lines by themselves in your actual source file.
If the output file is being made in the given format, the region is ignored. Otherwise, it is included.
There is one exception (for historical compatibility):
@ifnotinfo text is omitted for both Info and plain text
output, not just Info. To specify text which appears only in Info and
not in plain text, use
@ifnotplaintext, like this:
@ifinfo @ifnotplaintext This will be in Info, but not plain text. @end ifnotplaintext @end ifinfo
The regions delimited by these commands are ordinary Texinfo source as
@iftex, not raw formatter source as with
(see Raw Formatter Commands).