refname — The name of (one of) the subject(s) of a reference page
refname ::= (text | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | )*
refentry is a small unit of reference
documentation describing a single topic. The
identifies the topic. Often this is the name of the command or function
that the reference page describes.
Some reference pages describe a whole family of very closely
related commands or functions. In this case, a
refentry will have multiple
refnames, one for each command or function. When a
refentry has several
is likely to have a
refdescriptor that identifies the
whole family of functions.
May be formatted inline or as a displayed block, depending on context.
Formatting reference pages may require a fairly sophisticated
processing system. Much of the meta-information about a reference page
(its name, type, purpose, title, and classification) is stored in
wrappers near the beginning of the
Common presentational features, such as titles and running headers, may require data from several of these wrappers plus some generated text. Other formatting often requires ...