Re: new comparison pages
>*Darren O. Benham wrote:
>> Why not make it part of the wml system?
> I looked at the cover page for wml. I am not sure wether it is
>well suited. Probably yes. The pages are mostly very long lists.
>They are generated by overly-complicated perl scripts. The links
>at top and bottom could be standard. They are added by hand
>at this point (I thinkd Adam diC. did it).
> Unfortunatley, I don't want to take the time now to convert the
>pages. I don't know if I can find the time before the next release.
> In the interim, the easiest solution would be to give me
>write access to a directory, and I can update it manually every
I agree with John. I don't think there's a very good match between
WML and his system because the reports are pretty much hand-generated
at John's discretion, and because those reports require up-to-date
access to packages files.... I guess it could be done but I haven't
looked into it. It would be complex -- you'd want to make sure we
don't rebuild the reports every day.
Anyhow it's a whole ball of wax. AFAIK, most of the bulk "derived"
pages such as the mail list archives are not in CVS nor WML.
.....Adam Di Carlo....adam@onShore.com.....<URL:http://www.onShore.com/>