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Re: Latest TortoiseSVN & TortoiseMerge docs - Simplified Chinese

From: Dongsheng Song <dongsheng.song_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-10-30 05:27:19 CET

I catched the secret. When the DocBook XML encoding is GB18030 and the
htmlhelp encoding BOTH GB18030, the chm file is OK. Here is the

    <target name="chm" description="Create CHM documentation">
+ <if lang="zh_CN">
+ DocBook xml: UTF-8 -> GB18030
+ </if>
            <call target="xsltproc" />
+ <if lang="zh_CN">
+ DocBook xml: GB18030 -> UTF-8
+ </if>
            <exec program="hhc.exe"/>

Is it too ugly ?

2007/4/11, Lübbe Onken <l.onken@rac.de>:
> Hi Dongsheng Song,
> You wrote:
> > These files looks good!
> >
> > http://l10n-zh.googlecode.com/files/TortoiseSVN_zh_CN_r9140.chm
> > http://l10n-zh.googlecode.com/files/TortoiseMerge_zh_CN_r9140.chm
> Yes, they really look good :)
> Now please tell me the secret how you built them. If I update my sources and
> build the chinese docs on my PC, the index of the chm help still looks
> broken. It now looks different than before you changed the output encoding
> from utf-8 to GB18030, but it's still broken.
> The html files created in doc\output\TortoiseMerge_zh_CN look good to me,
> but they have utf-8 encoding. Where's the trick? Do you have a different
> version of hhc installed than I have?
> Cheers
> -Lübbe
Received on Tue Oct 30 05:27:26 2007

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