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Re: What process/tools do SVN dev team use 2 make Book?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-12 01:09:06 CEST

Matthew England <mengland@mengland.net> writes:
> What process/tools does the SVN (content?) development team use to
> create http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ ?

That website has a link that says "View the book's Docbook XML sources."
That's what you want to look at.

It also gives svnbook-dev{_AT_}red-bean.com as the contact address :-).
No big deal though, your post is more or less on-topic for this list too.

> I have been told in the past that the core content database resides in
> Docbook (or Docbook Lite?).


> I'm curious as to what kind of (collaboration) process is used to get
> all that content in there and manage said content over time.


> Possibly a Wiki-like process to continually update the DocBook content?

No, you check out the sources from the book's Subversion repository.


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