Re: Debian Euro HOWTO, other formats?
IIRC. Even if not linked, the euro howto can be accessed in PDF
format from www.debian.org. In any case the experimental 'euro-support'
packages do include the documentation in many formats.
I intented to move the 'euro-support' packages from experimental
to unstable over the weekend but I dedicated it to fixing bugs in the
'tiger' package (over 15 :)
I will move it during next week.
Regarding "automatic" euro-support it's not that easy. Woody users
will just have to set their locale properly (and have it generated by
editing /etc/locale.gen) and there are packages in woody to provide
charsets and fonts at will. Some packages (like language-env) can help
customize this but there is no global method to fix it (yet, I intend to
implement it like I did with the 'user-es' package)
On Sun, Dec 02, 2001 at 11:22:31AM +0100, Robert Ribnitz wrote:
> Hello there,
> I find the debian euro howto (maintained by mr Fernández-Sanguino Peña)
> extremely useful, but I think it should be available in other formats as well
> (other than html). Formats that come to my mind are:
> LaTeX DVI
> Adobe PDF or PS
> And ofc plain ascii text...