Re: CVS location for dselect documentation for beginners
On Mon, Dec 09, 2002 at 12:31:37AM -0600, Adam DiCarlo wrote:
> Osamu Aoki <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Check
> > http://www.teaser.fr/~pbatailler/
> > And look for
> > Debiandoc2docbookxml.tar.gz
> Woah, that's pretty sweet. Is it complete? Did you cover all tags?
> This should be packaged up. I'm willing to add it to the docbook-xml
> pkg ...
I do not think so. (Not quite sure.)
email@example.com (Philippe Batailler) is the one :)
Who also posted on this thread in debian-doc mailing list.
(I send a minor patch to him for that package this morning.)
I would say pretty good state of usability but large document conversion
still needs some knowledge of XML which I lack.
This is the part of the reason I converted XML to debiandoc-sgml for
that library thing to learn what is minimum set of XML for me to get
going :) I also was successful making PDF/PS/HTML/plain text for
hands-on guide written in XML locally. I am missing TOC though.
Adam? Are you on debian-doc mailing list these days?
I CCed the Philippe to get extra attention :)
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