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Re: html manual +css

From: Jean-Christophe Helary
Subject: Re: html manual +css
Date: Mon, 5 Jun 2017 23:44:04 +0900

> 2017/06/03 0:29、Jean-Christophe Helary <address@hidden>のメール:
>> On Jun 3, 2017, at 0:22, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>> Regarding the texi code, I'm seeing @smallexample and @example that are 
>>>> not relate to the actual size of the code but @smallexample as an HTML 
>>>> class is not associated with the brown background while @example is.
>>> In the print version, @smallexample is set in a smaller font size so
>>> that long lines fit. Paper has a ridiculously small line length limit.
>> Right.  (Although the difference between the maximum line lengths in
>> these two is quite small.)  So you cannot simply replace all
>> @smallexample's by @example's, not without reviewing the line length
>> first.
> Ok, so I guess the easiest way to deal with that is to add the @smallexample 
> class to the CSS then.

Ok, I have something that works, except that I need advice on the licences and 
on the whole process.

What I did to get the same CSS as the site is curl the css files. There are 3 
of those:

To make things simpler I regrouped them into just one that I put the root of 
the /doc directory.

My understanding is that this file must have licence information, but it is 
composed of 3 different files, one of which (reset.css) has the following 

Copyright (c) 2009, Yahoo! Inc. All rights reserved.
Code licensed under the BSD License:
version: 2.8.0r4

So, what am I to do with the merged file ?

I modified the file so that smallexamples gets the same css as example.

Then, in each Makefile.in I modifier the HTML_OPTS to add the reference to the 
CSS data.
HTML_OPTS = --no-split --html --css-include=../manual.css

When I make the doc I get the CSS inside the <style> tag, as expected.

When that is properly implemented and committed, the best would be to have the 
gnu site change style.css so that both the online and the offline sets have the 
same looks.


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