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Re: What tools to use to change the documentation?

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 02 Jun 2013 13:02:18 +0200

On 02.06.2013 04:39, Friedrich Brunzema wrote:
>> trunk/www/tsvn_1.8_releasenotes.html
>> Simon
> I have updated the help docs and release notes in my checkin r24264,
> and things seem to build OK. If someone could review the changes, it
> would be appreciated as I have never made changes to documentation in
> this system.

Looks good. You can build the docs yourself from the wc root, running
$ nant docs
you might want to edit the doc/doc.build.user file first (copy from
doc/doc.build.user.tmpl), otherwise all languages will be built and for
just checking your changes, building the English docs is enough.


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