Jean-Marc van Leerdam wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> On 03/04/2008, *Stefan Küng* <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com
> <mailto:tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>> wrote:
> As some of you have noticed, the pdf docs for zh_CN is wrong. It
> seems to be a problem with fop-0.25, which I can't find a way around
> (I tried).
> I've now converted to using fop-0.94 and also the latest xsl
> stylesheets (1.73.2). After adjusting a lot of our custom xsl files
> I think I have it 'good enough' to commit.
> 'good enough' means that there are still a lot of UI problems left,
> but the docs are readable (even zh_CN as far as I can tell)
> I'll commit these changes tomorrow evening (CEST, GMT+2) if nobody
> objects. Of course that means you all have to download the updated
> tools.zip file, otherwise the doc build will fail.
> After that commit, I hope that a lot of people will go through the
> different doc types (html, chm, pdf) and report (or even fix?)
> layout/style problems.
> First off: I am not one of the doc translators, so these remarks may be off.
> Would it reduce the amount of work for translators if the English docs
> are tested & fixed first and translations are held back until the docs
> Say take a week to proofread the different English versions of the docs
> & fix any layout glitches and then signal the doc translators to pick up
That's up to the translators. We don't force them to translate every
change we make to the docs. If they want, they can wait a while until
Simon tells us that the docs are (almost) finished for the 1.5 release.
But that has nothing to do with the changes in the build system. I doubt
that a lot of translators build the docs themselves.
I'm still having problems with the pdf docs though: the images don't get
resized properly to fit the page width - some of the images are way too
big to fit on a page.
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Received on 2008-04-03 21:48:00 CEST