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Hello,

I am processing a etxi file with @anchor foo.

There is also a line in the file @ref{foo}.

When processing the file with texi2dvi, I get undefined cross-
references foo-snt and foo-pg.

Any idea what might be causing this?

Thanks,

Mirko
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