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Re: No compiled book.html in svn 0.25?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-07-11 17:41:14 CEST

plasma <plasmaball@pchome.com.tw> writes:

> Hi,
> I tried to install subversion 0.25, and found there's no compiled
> book.html in the tarball. Does that mean the we need to compile the
> svnbook ourselves from now on, or just our new release manager forgot
> to compile it? (no offend. :)

Honestly, I'm not sure here. Paul didn't compile the book stuff,
because, well, it would have made the release process even *more*

Notice that the 0.25 tarball is only 5M instead of 7M.... that's
because there's no huge HTML or PDF stuff in it. I'm not sure if
people really expect it or not. I mean, the latest version of the
book *is* online all the time. I imagine the only people that "need"
to compile the book are people who are packing up 3rd party tools
(like the win32 installer, which creates a 'help' file). But they're
already compiling anyway.

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