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Re: svn documentation

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-07-26 19:33:50 CEST

Russ Allbery <rra@stanford.edu> writes:

> Jostein Christoffer Andersen <jostein@josander.net> writes:
> > On onsdag 17 juli 2002, 16.44, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> >> Also, while I have your attention, I'd love it if some texinfo expert
> >> could look at two problems I'm having:
> >> 1. My version of 'texi2html' doesn't seem to understand the
> >> @command{} tag at all; this makes the HTML output pretty
> >> unreadable, as this tag is used all over the docs.
> >> Any ideas?
> > It's the texi2html perl program who don't understand it.
> > I use the following Perl oneliner to correct this after texi2html have
> > done it's job:
> > perl -pi -e 's/\@command\{(.*)\}/<KBD>$1<\/KBD>/g' /path_to/*.html
> Alternately, you can just upgrade texi2html. 1.64 seems to understand
> @command without any trouble.

I've abandoned texi2html altogether. Apparently the FSF doesn't want
any more texi2foo scripts circulating anymore; instead, it wants
people to concentrate on building & improving the filters within

So now I run 'makeinfo --html' instead. So does our 'make doc'

(*) The only exception to this rule, apparently, is 'texi2dvi'.
That's the only script sanctioned by the FSF.

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