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@@ -0,0 +1,633 @@
+# HG changeset patch
+# User Chris <cspiel@users.sourceforge.net>
+# Date 1438958604 -7200
+# Node ID 8387f0170f7b352baea887f77960e8066185a6cd
+# Parent c1bcd2df4e3724f3bb0414d3a5e2e9302be78921
+Get the Texinfo documentation to translate again with makeinfo-5.2.
+
+This patch takes thus care of issue #1181678
+ https://bugs.launchpad.net/enblend/+bug/1181678
+
+We do not strive for a nicely formatted documentation anymore in the
+Stable Branch, because the Development Branch already has a flawless
+new documentation *not* based on Texinfo.
+
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/Makefile.am
+--- a/doc/Makefile.am Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/Makefile.am Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -46,7 +46,7 @@
+ -I $(top_builddir) -I $(srcdir) \
+ --css-include=@srcdir@/default.css \
+ $(MAKEINFOHTMLFLAGS)
+-export TEXINPUTS=$(top_builddir):$(srcdir)
++export TEXINPUTS = .:$(top_builddir):$(srcdir):
+
+ TEXI2DVI = texi2dvi $(TEXI2DVIFLAGS) $(EXTRATEXI2DVIFLAGS)
+
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/auxmac.tex
+--- a/doc/auxmac.tex Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/auxmac.tex Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -1,13 +1,6 @@
+-\input thumbpdf.sty
+-
+-
+ % Auxilliary Macros.
+ %
+ % Include this file before texinfo.tex!
+
+ \def\mathit#1{\hbox{\it #1}}
+ \def\mathrm#1{\ifmmode{\rm #1}\else #1\fi}
+-
+-% These definitions are required for older versions of texinfo.tex.
+-\def\geq{\ifmmode \ge\else $\ge$\fi}
+-\def\leq{\ifmmode \le\else $\le$\fi}
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/auxmac.texi
+--- a/doc/auxmac.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/auxmac.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -2,16 +2,6 @@
+ @c Macro Definitions
+ @c
+
+-@c redefined commands
+-
+-@c Get the spacing of dimensions right.
+-@ifnottex
+-@macro dmn{unit}
+-@tie{}\unit\
+-@end macro
+-@end ifnottex
+-
+-
+ @c extended commands
+
+ @c Add a title to a DocBook element.
+@@ -80,73 +70,6 @@
+
+ @c Operators
+
+-@c Generate a nice representation of base^exponent.
+-@macro power{base, exponent}
+-@ifinfo
+-\base\^\exponent\
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-\base\<sup>\exponent\</sup>
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-$\base\^{\exponent\}$%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-\base\<superscript>\exponent\</superscript>
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+-
+-@macro classictimes
+-@ifinfo
+-x@c gobble following newline -- The Tricks of a Texinfo Wizard.
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-&times;
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-\\ifmmode\\times\\else$\\times$\\fi% gobble following newline -- The Tricks of a TeX Wizard.
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-&times;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+-
+-@c Required for older versions of makeinfo. The definition of @geq
+-@c for TeX lives in auxmac.tex.
+-@ifnottex
+-@macro geq
+-@ifinfo
+->=@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-&ge;
+-@end html
+-@docbook
+-&ge;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-@end ifnottex
+-
+-
+-@c Required for older versions of makeinfo. The definition of @leq
+-@c for TeX lives in auxmac.tex.
+-@ifnottex
+-@macro leq
+-@ifinfo
+-<=@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-&le;
+-@end html
+-@docbook
+-&le;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-@end ifnottex
+-
+-
+ @macro plusminus
+ @ifinfo
+ +/-@c
+@@ -163,62 +86,6 @@
+ @end macro
+
+
+-@c Special Characters
+-
+-@macro inlineomega
+-@ifinfo
+-@math{omega}@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-<mathinline xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="inline">
+- <mi>&omega;</mi>
+-</mathinline>
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-$\\omega$%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-&omega;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+-
+-@macro inlinesigma
+-@ifinfo
+-@math{sigma}@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-<mathinline xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="inline">
+- <mi>&sigma;</mi>
+-</mathinline>
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-$\\sigma$%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-&sigma;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+-
+-@macro inlinexi
+-@ifinfo
+-@math{xi}@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-<mathinline xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="inline">
+- <mi>&xi;</mi>
+-</mathinline>
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-$\\xi$%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-&xi;
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+-
+ @c Text Fragments
+
+ @macro mainpurpose
+@@ -236,26 +103,3 @@
+ @noindent
+ @strong{Summary of influential options}
+ @end macro
+-
+-
+-@macro semilog{significant, exponent}
+-@ifinfo
+-\significant\*10^\exponent\@c
+-@end ifinfo
+-@html
+-<math xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" display="inline">
+- <mn>\significant\</mn>
+- <mo>&times;</mo>
+- <msup>
+- <mn>10</mn>
+- <mn>\exponent\</mn>
+- </msup>
+-</math>
+-@end html
+-@tex
+-\\ifmmode\significant\ \\times 10^{\exponent\}\\else$\significant\ \\times 10^{\exponent\}$\\fi%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-\significant\&times;10<superscript>\exponent\</superscript>
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/bug-reports.texi
+--- a/doc/bug-reports.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/bug-reports.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -77,7 +77,7 @@
+ @item
+ A complete set of input images that will reproduce the bug. Strive
+ for a minimal set of @emph{small}@footnote{Images of a size less than
+-1500@classictimes{}1000 pixels qualify as small.} images.
++1500x1000 pixels qualify as small.} images.
+
+ @item
+ The type of machine you are using, and the operating system name and
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/enblend.info
+Binary file doc/enblend.info has changed
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/enblend.texi
+--- a/doc/enblend.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/enblend.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -508,9 +508,9 @@
+ twice as large as the previous one. So, the zeroth layer, the
+ original image, obviously defines the image at single-pixel scale, the
+ first level works at two-pixel scale, and generally, the @math{n}-th
+-level contains image data at @power{2, n}-pixel scale. This is the
++level contains image data at 2^n-pixel scale. This is the
+ reason why an image of
+-@math{width}@classictimes{}@/@math{height}@dmn{pixels} cannot be
++@math{width}x@/@math{height}@dmn{pixels} cannot be
+ deconstructed into a pyramid of more than
+ @ifinfo
+ @display
+@@ -1194,11 +1194,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{1.2, -38}
++Minimum normalized value: 1.2e-38
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{1.2, -7}
++Epsilon: 1.2e-7
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{3.4, 38}
++Maximum finite value: 3.4e38
+ @end itemize
+
+ @c IEEE double: 64 bits, n = 53, k = 64 - n - 1 = 10
+@@ -1210,11 +1210,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{2.2, -308}
++Minimum normalized value: 2.2e-308
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{2.2, -16}
++Epsilon: 2.2e-16
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{1.8, 308}
++Maximum finite value: 1.8e308
+ @end itemize
+ @end table
+
+@@ -1236,11 +1236,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{9.3, -10}
++Minimum normalized value: 9.3e-10
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{2.0, -3}
++Epsilon: 2.0e-3
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{4.3, 9}
++Maximum finite value: 4.3e9
+ @end itemize
+
+ @item -f @var{WIDTH}x@var{HEIGHT}
+@@ -1250,7 +1250,7 @@
+ @cindex canvas size
+ @cindex size, canvas
+ Ensure that the minimum ``canvas'' size of the output image is at
+-least @var{WIDTH}@classictimes{}@/@var{HEIGHT}. Optionally specify
++least @var{WIDTH}x@/@var{HEIGHT}. Optionally specify
+ the @var{XOFFSET} and @var{YOFFSET}, too.
+
+ @pindex nona @r{(Hugin)}
+@@ -1572,7 +1572,7 @@
+ @value{src::default-coarseness-factor}, this means,
+ option@tie{}@option{--coarse-mask} shrinks the overlapping
+ @emph{areas} by a factor of
+-@math{@value{src::default-coarseness-factor}@classictimes{}@/@value{src::default-coarseness-factor}}.
++@math{@value{src::default-coarseness-factor}x@/@value{src::default-coarseness-factor}}.
+ With @var{FACTOR}@tie{}=@tie{}8 the total memory allocated during a
+ run of Enblend shrinks approximately by 80% and the maximum amount of
+ memory in use at a time is decreased to 60% (Enblend compiled with
+@@ -2494,7 +2494,7 @@
+ When using this option in conjunction with
+ option@tie{}@code{--coarse-mask}=@/@var{FACTOR}, keep in mind that the
+ smoothing occurs @emph{after} the overlap regions have been shrunken.
+-Thus, blurring affects a @var{FACTOR}@classictimes{}@/@var{FACTOR}
++Thus, blurring affects a @var{FACTOR}x@/@var{FACTOR}
+ times larger area in the original images.
+
+ Valid range: @var{RADIUS} @geq{} @value{src::minimum-smooth-difference}.
+@@ -2606,7 +2606,7 @@
+ @rimage{seam-line-visualization}
+
+ @caption{Seam-line visualization of a simple overlap. The
+-853@classictimes{}238@dmn{pixel} image is shown at a magification of
++853x238@dmn{pixel} image is shown at a magification of
+ 100%.}
+
+ @shortcaption{Seam-line visualization}
+@@ -2618,7 +2618,7 @@
+ @rimage{seam-line-visualization, 15cm}
+
+ @caption{Seam-line visualization of a simple overlap. The
+-853@classictimes{}238@dmn{pixel} image has been rescaled to a width of
++853x238@dmn{pixel} image has been rescaled to a width of
+ approximately 15@dmn{cm}.}
+
+ @shortcaption{Seam-line visualization}
+@@ -2629,7 +2629,7 @@
+ @float Figure,Figure:seam-line-visualization
+ @rimage{seam-line-visualization, 15cm}
+
+-@caption{Seam-line visualization of a simple overlap. The 853@classictimes{}238@dmn{pixel} image has been rescaled to a width of approximately 15@dmn{cm}.}
++@caption{Seam-line visualization of a simple overlap. The 853x238@dmn{pixel} image has been rescaled to a width of approximately 15@dmn{cm}.}
+
+ @shortcaption{Seam-line visualization}
+ @end float
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/enfuse.info
+Binary file doc/enfuse.info has changed
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/enfuse.texi
+--- a/doc/enfuse.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/enfuse.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -621,9 +621,9 @@
+ twice as large as the previous one. So, the zeroth layer, the
+ original image, obviously defines the image at single-pixel scale, the
+ first level works at two-pixel scale, and generally, the @math{n}-th
+-level contains image data at @power{2, n}-pixel scale. This is the
++level contains image data at 2^n-pixel scale. This is the
+ reason why an image of
+-@math{width}@classictimes{}@/@math{height}@dmn{pixels} cannot be
++@math{width}x@/@math{height}@dmn{pixels} cannot be
+ deconstructed into a pyramid of more than
+ @ifinfo
+ @display
+@@ -1255,11 +1255,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{1.2, -38}
++Minimum normalized value: 1.2e-38
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{1.2, -7}
++Epsilon: 1.2e-7
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{3.4, 38}
++Maximum finite value: 3.4e38
+ @end itemize
+
+ @c IEEE double: 64 bits, n = 53, k = 64 - n - 1 = 10
+@@ -1271,11 +1271,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{2.2, -308}
++Minimum normalized value: 2.2e-308
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{2.2, -16}
++Epsilon: 2.2e-16
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{1.8, 308}
++Maximum finite value: 1.8e308
+ @end itemize
+ @end table
+
+@@ -1297,11 +1297,11 @@
+
+ @itemize
+ @item
+-Minimum normalized value: @semilog{9.3, -10}
++Minimum normalized value: 9.3e-10
+ @item
+-Epsilon: @semilog{2.0, -3}
++Epsilon: 2.0e-3
+ @item
+-Maximum finite value: @semilog{4.3, 9}
++Maximum finite value: 4.3e9
+ @end itemize
+
+ @item -f @var{WIDTH}x@var{HEIGHT}
+@@ -1311,7 +1311,7 @@
+ @cindex canvas size
+ @cindex size, canvas
+ Ensure that the minimum ``canvas'' size of the output image is at
+-least @var{WIDTH}@classictimes{}@/@var{HEIGHT}. Optionally specify
++least @var{WIDTH}x@/@var{HEIGHT}. Optionally specify
+ the @var{XOFFSET} and @var{YOFFSET}, too.
+
+ @pindex nona @r{(Hugin)}
+@@ -1501,8 +1501,8 @@
+ @var{LCE-SCALE} is the radius of the Gaussian used in the enhancement
+ step, @var{LCE-FACTOR} is the weight factor (``strength'').
+
+-@var{enhanced} = (1 + @var{LCE-FACTOR}) @classictimes{} @var{original}
+-@minus{} @var{LCE-FACTOR} @classictimes{} Gaussian@/Smooth(@var{original},
++@var{enhanced} = (1 + @var{LCE-FACTOR}) x @var{original}
++@minus{} @var{LCE-FACTOR} x Gaussian@/Smooth(@var{original},
+ @var{LCE-SCALE}).
+
+ @var{LCE-SCALE} defaults to @value{src::default-lce-scale} pixels and
+@@ -1531,7 +1531,7 @@
+ @opindex --contrast-window-size
+
+ Set the window @var{SIZE} for local contrast analysis. The window
+-will be a square of @var{SIZE}@classictimes{}@/@var{SIZE} pixels. If
++will be a square of @var{SIZE}x@/@var{SIZE} pixels. If
+ given an even @var{SIZE}, Enfuse will automatically use the next odd
+ number.
+
+@@ -1585,7 +1585,7 @@
+ @opindex --entropy-window-size
+
+ Window @var{SIZE} for local entropy analysis. The window will be a
+-square of @var{SIZE}@classictimes{}@/@var{SIZE} pixels.
++square of @var{SIZE}x@/@var{SIZE} pixels.
+
+ In the entropy calculation @var{SIZE} values of 3 to 7 yield an
+ acceptable compromise of the locality of the information and the
+@@ -2433,20 +2433,6 @@
+ from 1 to the common height, and @math{i} from 1 to the number of
+ input images@tie{}@math{n}.
+
+-@macro equationW{}
+-@ifnotdocbook
+-@ifnottex
+-(W)
+-@end ifnottex
+-@end ifnotdocbook
+-@tex
+-(W)%
+-@end tex
+-@docbook
+-<xref linkend="equ:pixel-weighting-function"/>
+-@end docbook
+-@end macro
+-
+ Enfuse allows for weighting the contribution of each @math{P(i, x, y)}
+ to the final @math{Q(x, y)}:
+ @ifinfo
+@@ -2454,7 +2440,7 @@
+ @math{w(P(1, x, y)) * P(1, x, y) +
+ ... +
+ w(P(n, x, y)) * P(n, x, y)
+---> Q(x, y),}@w{ }@equationW{}
++--> Q(x, y),}
+ @end display
+ @end ifinfo
+ @html
+@@ -2520,9 +2506,6 @@
+ <mi>y</mi>
+ </mfenced>
+ </mrow>
+- <mtext>,</mtext>
+- <mspace width="4em"/>
+- <mtext>@equationW{}</mtext>
+ </mrow>
+ </math>
+ @end html
+@@ -2530,7 +2513,7 @@
+ $$
+ w(P(1, x, y)) P(1, x, y) + \ldots + w(P(n, x, y)) P(n, x, y)
+ \rightarrow
+- Q(x, y),\hskip4em\hbox{@equationW{}}
++ Q(x, y)
+ $$
+ @end tex
+ @docbook
+@@ -2948,7 +2931,7 @@
+ be extreme, favoring only a few pixels or even only one pixel in the
+ input stack. Extremes are not typical, however.
+
+-Equal weights are another extreme that turns @equationW{} into an
++Equal weights are another extreme that turns the equation into an
+ arithmetic average. This is why we sometimes speak of the ``averaging
+ property'' of this weighting algorithm, like smoothing out noise.
+
+@@ -2969,7 +2952,7 @@
+ wins, this is, gets weight@tie{}one, and all other pixels get the
+ weight of zero
+ (@uref{http://@/en.wikipedia.org/@/wiki/@/The_@/Winner_@/Takes_@/It_@/All,,``The
+-Winner Takes It All.''}). With @option{--hard-mask} Equation@tie{}@equationW{}
++Winner Takes It All.''}). With @option{--hard-mask} the equation
+ becomes
+ @ifinfo
+ @display
+@@ -3114,8 +3097,8 @@
+
+ @noindent
+ Note that this ``averaging'' scheme lacks the nice noise-reduction
+-property of the weighted average@tie{}@equationW{}, because only a
+-single input pixel contributes to the output.
++property of the weighted average, because only a single input pixel
++contributes to the output.
+
+
+ @node Single Criterion Fusing
+@@ -3562,7 +3545,7 @@
+
+ @noindent
+ It associates a probability@tie{}@math{p} with each of the @math{n}
+-different possible outcomes@tie{}@inlineomega{} of the random
++different possible outcomes@tie{}@math{omega} of the random
+ variable@tie{}@math{X}.
+ @cindex expectation value
+ Based on @math{w}, we define the @dfn{expectation value} or ``First
+@@ -4189,7 +4172,7 @@
+ @end docbook
+
+ @noindent
+-The parameter@tie{}@inlinesigma{}, the argument of
++The parameter@tie{}@math{sigma}, the argument of
+ option@tie{}@option{--contrast-edge-scale}, is the length scale on which edges
+ are detected by @math{g(x, y)}. We apply the Laplacian operator in
+ Cartesian coordinates
+@@ -4401,7 +4384,7 @@
+ </informalequation>
+ @end docbook
+
+-where we have used the dimensionless distance@tie{}@inlinexi{} from
++where we have used the dimensionless distance@tie{}@math{xi} from
+ the origin
+ @ifinfo
+ @display
+@@ -4556,7 +4539,7 @@
+ @float Figure,Figure:laplacian-of-gaussian
+ @vimage{laplacian-of-gaussian}
+
+-@caption{Laplacian-of-Gaussian function for @inlinesigma{} = 0.5.}
++@caption{Laplacian-of-Gaussian function for @math{sigma} = 0.5.}
+
+ @shortcaption{Laplacian-of-Gaussian}
+ @end float
+@@ -4656,10 +4639,10 @@
+ @var{CURVATURE} nor the mode of operation (@acronym{SDev}-only,
+ @acronym{LoG}-only, or a blend of both) scales to different image
+ sizes. In practice, this means that if you start with a set of
+-reduced size images, say 2808@classictimes{}1872 pixels, carefully
++reduced size images, say 2808x1872 pixels, carefully
+ optimize @var{EDGESCALE}, @var{CURVATURE} and so on, and find
+ @acronym{LoG}-only the best mode, and then switch to the original
+-resolution of 5616@classictimes{}3744 pixels, multiplying (or
++resolution of 5616x3744 pixels, multiplying (or
+ dividing) the parameters by four and sticking to @acronym{LoG}-only
+ might @emph{not} result in the best fused image. For best quality,
+ perform the parameter optimization and the search for the most
+@@ -5080,9 +5063,9 @@
+ Images should align well to be suitable for fusion. However, there is
+ no hard mathematical rule what ``well'' means. The alignment
+ requirements for 16@dmn{MPixel} images to yield a sharp
+-4"@classictimes{}6" print at 300@dmn{dpi} (``dpi'' means dots per
++4"x6" print at 300@dmn{dpi} (``dpi'' means dots per
+ inch) or even for web presentation are relatively low, whereas the
+-alignment of 8@dmn{MPixel} images for a 12"@classictimes{}18" print
++alignment of 8@dmn{MPixel} images for a 12"x18" print
+ ought to be tight.
+
+ @pindex hugin
+@@ -5548,7 +5531,7 @@
+
+ Let us use an example to illustrate the problem of relating the
+ sharpness with the local contrast variations. Say we use a
+-5@classictimes{}5 contrast window. Moreover, let @code{sharp_edge}
++5x5 contrast window. Moreover, let @code{sharp_edge}
+ and @code{smooth_edge} be two specific configurations:
+
+ @example
+@@ -5727,7 +5710,7 @@
+ Apply the default grayscale projector: @code{average} and throw away
+ all edges with a curvature of less than 0.5% and replace the
+ @acronym{LoG} data between 0% and 0.5% with @acronym{SDev} data. Use
+-a window of 7@classictimes{}7@dmn{pixel} window to compute the
++a window of 7x7@dmn{pixel} window to compute the
+ @acronym{SDev}.
+ @end table
+
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/versenblend.texi
+--- a/doc/versenblend.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/versenblend.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
+-@set UPDATED 10 March 2014
+-@set UPDATED-MONTH March 2014
++@set UPDATED 15 June 2015
++@set UPDATED-MONTH June 2015
+ @set EDITION 4.1.3
+ @set VERSION 4.1.3
+diff -r c1bcd2df4e37 -r 8387f0170f7b doc/versenfuse.texi
+--- a/doc/versenfuse.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:18 2015 +0200
++++ b/doc/versenfuse.texi Fri Aug 07 16:43:24 2015 +0200
+@@ -1,4 +1,4 @@
+-@set UPDATED 10 March 2014
+-@set UPDATED-MONTH March 2014
++@set UPDATED 15 June 2015
++@set UPDATED-MONTH June 2015
+ @set EDITION 4.1.3
+ @set VERSION 4.1.3
+