Texinfo files start with at least two lines. These are the
\input texinfo line and the
Also, if you want to format just part of the Texinfo file in Emacs,
you must write the
@settitle line between start-of-header and
end-of-header lines. These start- and end-of-header lines are optional,
but they do no harm, so you might as well always include them.
Any command that affects document formatting as a whole makes sense to
include in the header.
for instance, is another command often included in the header.
Thus, the beginning of a Texinfo file looks approximately like this:
\input texinfo @settitle Sample Manual 1.0
(See GNU Sample Texts for complete sample texts.)
|• First Line:||The first line of a Texinfo file.|
|• Start of Header:||Formatting a region requires this.|
|• ||Tell Info the name of the Info file.|
|• ||Create a title for the printed work.|
|• End of Header:||Formatting a region requires this.|