new version of debiandoc-sgml with important fixes
I've just uploaded version 1.1.24 of the DebianDoc-SGML package. This
fixes the broken i18n support for HTML as well as broken behavior when
no SGML declaration was indicated in the command line, rendering the
package more or less useless. Both bugs were introduced in version
1.1.22, so please upgrade as soon as possible.
Version 1.1.23 introduced the <include> tag. This can be used to
include files. The complete syntax is
<include source="..." language="text">
with `source' indicating the file to be included (from the current
directory!). The `language' indicates the `computer' language of the
included source. Currently, the value of this attribute defaults to
`text' (so you don't need to specify the language at the moment). In
the future this will be expanded to other languages with the idea to
provide syntax highlighting.
Version 1.1.24 introduces the <comment> tag. This can be used to put
comments in the SGML source, e.g. for i18n and l10n purposes, similar
to footnotes. These comments are not put in the generated output,
unless the -m flag is specified on the command line. This puts the
comments in footnote style in the output, but only for HTML, plain
text, and overstriked text.
Note these new tags are not yet documented in debiandoc-sgml-doc.
This will be done in the next couple of weeks.
Ardo van Rangelrooij
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