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Re: I'm looking for a project management system for Emacs


From: Dan.Espen
Subject: Re: I'm looking for a project management system for Emacs
Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2014 10:18:40 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (gnu/linux)

Marcin Borkowski <address@hidden> writes:

> Dnia 2014-03-30, o godz. 00:29:53
> address@hidden (Dan.Espen) napisaƂ(a):
>
>> > Well, I thought I was clear enough...
>> 
>> Yeah, I guess I only read it all once.
>> 
>> >> The Makefile has to have the file list anyway.
>> >
>> > Assuming that you use make, which is not necessarily true.  And
>> > even if I do use make, then see point 2 above: I probably wouldn't
>> > include the org file (which might contain TODOs etc. for many
>> > projects) anywhere in the Makefile (at least I see no reason to do
>> > so, other than to put it there so it contains a full list...)
>> >
>> > I guess you are thinking of "a project" in terms of "a software
>> > project".  This might be true or not, in my case (assuming a usual
>> 
>> Nope, big Gnumake fan here.
>> Any directory/project I do work in is going to have Makefile(s).
>
> Well, then I deduce that you are not a heavy LaTeX user.  (Am I right,
> dear Watson? ;) )  The problem is that the make model (using
> timestamps) is a bit too simplistic for LaTeX: due to the way
> references (& friends) work, the .aux file basically depends on
> itself, but only if it contains a line saying

Right.  Latex is for printing isn't it?

I do a lot of documentation writing.
But HTML/CSS (and Makefiles) are my weapon of choice.
I have rules for content generation (like a TOC), uploading, thumbnail
creation, packaging...

-- 
Dan Espen


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