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Re: Proposed change in how the templates are handled

Unfortunatly, it appears as if something like that is necessary :(

On Wed, Jan 19, 2000 at 11:13:30PM -0500, James A. Treacy wrote:
> I am considering having changes to the template files be
> sent through an intermediate set of files, say
> english/template/updates. This is prompted partly because
> there have been a number of mistakes made by people
> when modifying them. More importantly though, modifying
> the templates can cause all of the web pages to be
> rebuilt and that is starting to take much too long.
> I haven't checked how long it takes for a complete rebuild,
> but I know it is longer than 3 hours. A guess is around 5.
> As mentioned above, the idea is to create an intermediate
> set of template files that people can modify. Then once
> or twice a week the changes can be checked for correctness,
> copied over to the main location and a rebuild done.
> What do people think?
> -- 
> James (Jay) Treacy
> treacy@debian.org
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