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Re: [Gnash-dev] Docbook derived documentation on the website

From: ann
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Docbook derived documentation on the website
Date: Thu, 14 Dec 2006 19:11:37 +0100 (CET)

I was there some reason that we don't build the documentation
by default?  It seems to me that this would be more universally useful than,
say, Klash support, which is default.

Not that I don't think the manual should also be available in other places,
it's just something I've been wondering about.

- Ann

Rob wrote:

>  I've always just updated the manual on the website by hand. For the
>last year, I've updated the manual to match CVS improvements. I think
>now that the 0.7.2 release is out, and is in pretty good shape, (plus
>it's in many distros) the manual on the site should probably
>match the release. We can put the CVS version on the developers site,
>which should be publically available as soon as I can get somebody to
>make a pass through it, as I suck at writing these things...

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