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Re: svn 1.2 book available!

From: Joey Mukherjee <joey_at_swri.edu>
Date: 2005-06-24 17:06:15 CEST

Ok, based on the advice below, I was able to build the book with little
to no trouble. The java I had installed (kaffe) didn't work so I used
the jdk1.3. The only thing I would recommend is a command to actually
fetch the book written on the website or in the README file. I
eventually realized I had to do a svn co
https://svn.red-bean.com/svnbook .

If anyone else is interested in a PDF version of the SVN v1.2 book
based on revision 1491, you can get it from:



On Jun 23, 2005, at 10:30 AM, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> On Jun 23, 2005, at 9:52 AM, Joey Mukherjee wrote:
>> How does the PDF of the book come about?
> Somebody hand-builds it, then uploads.
>> Is it possible to add a PDF to the nightly?
> Alas, not at this time. red-bean has no problems using libxslt to
> automatically produce HTML versions of the book's /trunk each night,
> but java isn't so happy on that box, which means no FOP, which means
> no PDF.
>> Alternatively, is there an easy way for me to create the PDF and
>> print it out?
> Checkout a copy of the svnbook tree, and read the README. Anyone can
> build the book, if you have the right tools installed.
>> Or does the PDF version have a tentative release date?
> There's nothing special about the PDF version. It's just not being
> built nightly. You're free to grab the already-uploaded svn 1.1 PDF.
> Or, checkout /trunk and build the latest 1.2 PDF yourself.

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