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Re: D-I Manual on official Debian website



Hi Frank,

> You can also apply the patch for the order change
> .en.html -> .html.en. Seems indeed  preferable here.

Oops. Made the changes and implemented them (both trunk and sarge branch), 
but forgot to send a mail about it.

However, I saw that this was picked up anyway :-) as there now is a page
http://www.nl.debian.org/releases/testing/installmanual.
Great; looks good!

There seems to be one problem with content negotiation.
If I click one of the CN links at the top of the page, I will get the txt 
version of the manual and not the html version.

Reason is, of course that the txt and pdf versions are called
   install.<format>.<lang>
and the html version is called
   index.html.<lang>

The same does not happen for the release notes, as the release notes are 
in a separate subdir under the arch dir (AFAICT only the html version; 
correct?).

Wouldn't it be better (more consistent etc.) to create a separate 
directory for the manual as well?
Then, a link to releases/testing/arch/manual/ would return the html 
version. Should txt/pdf files remain in the arch dir or move as well?

The other option would of course be to rename the index.html.<lang> files 
to install.html.<lang> (effectively same as for Woody), which I can take 
care of as well if you like. That would make for full CN support, but 
would also still mean an inconsistency between manual and release notes.

Cheers,
Frans

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