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Re: html manual +css
Re: html manual +css
Tue, 24 Dec 2019 01:54:43 +0900
I have eventually resumed "work" on this and here is what I got:
The css I wrote:
It is something I had done a while ago so I just spent a few hours today
cleaning it up but I'm really not sure how I came up with the various values
Anyway, if it looks useful I'd like to think of ways to have it more widely
Also, there are plenty of things that would be nice to have but in a way we're
hitting the limits of the texinfo output (and my css skills too, of course).
@deffn Command find-file filename &optional wildcards
<dt id="index-find_002dfile">Command: <strong>find-file</strong> <em>filename
it would be nice to have the arguments tagged individually and the &optional or
&rest keywords tagged in a different way. Also to have the various templates
identified for what they are. Maybe something like:
<dt id="index-find_002dfile" class="command">Command: <strong
class="command-name">find-file</strong> <em class="argument">filename</em>
<span class="keyword">&optional</span> <em
Also, examples should have similar tagging:
(switch-to-buffer (find-file-noselect filename nil nil wildcards))
could be something like
(@commandname switch-to-buffer (@commandname find-file-noselect @arguments
filename nil nil wildcards))
so that we can have ways to target their contents with css.
> On Jun 7, 2017, at 23:27, Jean-Christophe Helary <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Jun 7, 2017 8:47、Jean-Christophe Helary <address@hidden>のメール:
>>>> What I did to get the same CSS as the site is curl the css files. There
>>>> are 3 of those:
>>> Each of these files has a licensing problem. I asked FSF staff to fix
>>> the last two, and mailed to emacs-devel about the first.
>>> In the meantime, please don't copy any of that code, with or without
>>> to any other file that will be distributed to the public.
>> CSS is not high level wizardry, maybe it would be simpler to create a new
>> set of rules for the offline manual ?
> I've created a single css file which renders in a way that's similar to the
> web version of the HTML pages (it is not identical though).
> I'd like to know what kind of licence should such a CSS file come with.
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