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Re: [Gnash-dev] documentation

From: Maximi89
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] documentation
Date: Tue, 22 Mar 2011 18:45:19 -0400

2011/3/20 Bastiaan Jacques <address@hidden>
First, you'll need to get the sources from Git, see for instructions.

Second, you'll have to install the documentation dependencies:

Third, you should configure Gnash as the above manual indicates. If you
don't have Gnash's other dependencies installed, you won't be able
compile Gnash itself, but `make apidoc' should work anyway. The
documentation files live in doc/C.

You can commit changes you make to your git tree and then send patches
made using git format-patch either to the mailing list or the bug
tracker, which lives at .


On Sun, 20 Mar 2011, Mike C. wrote:

  My name is mike I talked with rob yesterday at Libreplanet about helping to write some documentation. I am not familiar with docbook so I am looking for the most useful ways to help without wasting anyones time submitting things you can't use. So what are the things that need to be done first and in what formats should I submit it in to make it easy for the developers. Also where do I download the docs that need to be worked on. and where should I upload them.
Probably Transifex could help us...

It's a project from Fedora, who provides a repository of documents who could be translated into various languages, similar to savannah translate groups.
hope this helps ;)

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