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Re: upstream changelog in XML format

Hi !

On 24/01/12 02:57, Samuel Bronson wrote:
On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 8:07 PM, Jerome BENOIT<g6299304p@rezozer.net>  wrote:
Thanks for your reply:

You're quite welcome.

On 23/01/12 19:54, Samuel Bronson wrote:

On Mon, Jan 23, 2012 at 1:08 AM, Jerome BENOIT<g6299304p@rezozer.net>

Is there a better way to deal with this `Changes.xml' ?
I guess that I can add some stuff in the makefile to convert it in text
do specific tools exist to convert this kind of changelog in text format

If I were you, I'd ask upstream about that

I have just sent a couple of questions about it to the upstream maintainer.


His answer is that his XML phase is over: in the next coming upstream version
the Changes file will be in LaTeX format with provide tools to convert it in HTML
format. I had a look on it in the CVS repository: I will be able to manage it.
So, for now, I will let the set up as is and fix this part of the story
when the new upstream is available (what it may happen soon according to the
upstream maintainer.

, or (since a quick google
shows that this is a TeX-related program) ask about it on
<http://tex.stackexchange.com>    (a Q&A site about TeX with loads of
extremely helpful people on it).

The Q&A are about [La]TeX.
BibTool is mainly a tool to manipulate BibTeX databases,
and as such it is not directly related to [La]TeX.

Eh, they aren't terribly picky: any part of a TeX system is considered
fair game there, including just about everything on CTAN. The worst
that is likely to happen is that nobody will answer; they aren't
likely to close it as off-topic.


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