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This is the file .../info/dir, which contains the topmost node of the Info
hierarchy.  The first time you invoke Info you start off looking at that node,
which is (dir)Top.

Rather than adding new nodes to this directory (and this file) it is a better
idea to put them in a site-local directory, and then configure info to search
in that directory as well.  That way, you won't have to re-edit this file when
a new release of the editor comes out.

For example, you could add this code to .../lisp/site-start.el, which is
loaded before ~/.emacs each time the editor starts up:

  ;; find local info nodes
  (setq Info-default-directory-list
        (append Info-default-directory-list '("/private/info/")))

Then, when you enter info, the contents of the file "/private/info/localdir"
will be appended to the contents of this file (where the "* Locals:" line is.)
The "localdir" file should simply contain lines like in this file, listing the
names of the info files in its directory.

File: dir	Node: Top	This is the top of the INFO tree

  This is Info, the online documentation browsing system.
  This page (the Directory node) gives a menu of major topics.

  button1 or button2 on a highlighted word follows that cross-reference.
  button3 anywhere brings up a menu of commands.
  ? lists additional keyboard commands.
  h invokes the Info tutorial.

* Menu:

XEmacs 20.4
* Info::	Documentation browsing system.
* XEmacs::	The extensible user-friendly self-documenting text editor.
		This manual is for XEmacs 20.4.
* Lispref::	XEmacs Lisp technical reference.
		This manual is for XEmacs 20.4.
* New-Users-Guide::
	        XEmacs User's Guide for XEmacs 20.4.
* XEmacs-FAQ::	XEmacs Frequently Asked Questions for 20.4.
* Internals::	Guide to the internals of XEmacs.
* send-pr::	Submitting Bug Reports
* gnats::	GNU Problem Report Management System

Local Packages:

* CL::		A Common Lisp compatibility package for Emacs-Lisp.
* Custom::	Customization Library for Emacs
* External-Widget::
		Use XEmacs as a text widget inside of another program.
* Skk::		Input Method for Japanese.
* Standards::	The GNU coding standards.
* Termcap::	The termcap library, which enables application programs
		to handle all types of character-display terminals.
* Texinfo::	With one source file, make either a printed manual (through
		TeX) or an Info file (through texinfo).
* Widget::	An Emacs Lisp widget library
* Locals: