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Fri, 25 Jun 2004 15:16:12 +0100
On 2004-06-21 22:22:54 +0100 Alex Perez <address@hidden>
Also, what happened to the proposal to change the sidebar links?
probably get rid of Progress along with that change.
Agreed. I have asked several times for instructions on how to use the
templater, where teh templating code is (not all of it appears to be
template/) and I have gotten no information.
Could have sworn I emailed this before. I should put it in a README,
really, sorry. You should see the entries:
#15:06 &1 x:0 gnustep/www
; ls scripts/
CVS index.html reframe.scm sxmlout.ss xhtmlfile.ss
To retemplate a secondary page, currently, one uses a command like:
./scripts/reframe.scm infile.html secondary.html.template outfile.html
...with the LGPL'd MzScheme (from http://www.plt-scheme.org/) and
newBSD'd SSAX (from http://ssax.sf.net/ ) installed. I've not yet
fixed the whitespace hiccough. Can you tell me whether all of the
above files are in scripts for you?
Can we just switch to server-parsed shtml files? It will be so much
and our three primary mirrors work fine with it, as I've re-iterated
It would be nice to have a full set of dozens of mirrors, *or* move
the site out of the GNU CVS and put a smaller site containing only the
auto-generated documents there. To be honest, GNU are frustrating me a
bit at the moment. They haven't answered about these mirror problems
and now the gnu.gnustep.* uzreto hierarchy seems broken. I'll ask on
gnu.misc.discuss if that's still working. Maybe someone knows what's
Unless we find out in the next day or so, maybe the best plan is to
move to a shtml site for www.gnustep.org and gnustep.* mirrors with
clear mirroring instructions; and leave the autodocs on www.gnu.org
with some holding pages and include getting the autodocs in the
mirroring instructions for gnustep mirrors. How would mirror operators
feel about that?
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