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Re: Packaging XSL stylesheets

On 3/5/06, Justin Pryzby <justinpryzby@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
On Sun, Mar 05, 2006 at 09:44:12PM +0000, Neil Williams wrote:
> I'm going to include some XSL stylesheets of my own in my next release of
> pilot-qof and these import other stylesheets from a standard library,
> licenced under the LGPL.

> Before I create an ITP, is there anything special I should know
> about creating a package that does not need to be compiled but does
> need some build-time scripting? (The New Maintainer guide is a
> little brief on "non-standard" packages.) Any example packages I
> should look at?
Not really; there's "compiletime" and "installtime", and at
compiletime, there are "build" and "install" targets.  "install" is
typically just $(MAKE) install DESTDIR=./debian/$package/, or whatever
needs to happen to move the files there, and "build" is everything

You can also get inspiration from the sources of this package  :
xml-resume-library - A set of tools for writing a resume in XML

Related Obsession : http://rzr.online.fr/q/XML
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