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Re: yodl and Z shell documentation (was localtraps)
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- From: Bart Schaefer <schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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- Subject: Re: yodl and Z shell documentation (was localtraps)
- Date: Tue, 10 May 2005 15:43:59 +0000
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On May 10, 4:42pm, Oliver Kiddle wrote:
} Subject: Re: yodl and Z shell documentation (was localtraps)
} Bart wrote:
} > I definitely do not want to lose the info documentation. I use it a lot,
} > particularly the index lookup feature.
} We wouldn't lose it but the conversion may not be as smooth. I think the
} easiest way to turn docbook into Texinfo is using docbook2x
This is not increasing my enthusiasm. The whole reason we chose yodl
way back when was because that meant *one* piece of format-conversion
software was required to produce all the output formats we wanted.
Requiring a greater number of conversion tools from a wider variety of
sources and that may be available on a smaller number of target OSs, is
not a step forward in my opinion.
} (http://docbook2x.sourceforge.net/). I don't know much about it,
} however. Do docbook2x's own info files look good to you?
It looks OK based on the Cygwin screen shot, but I'm not going to
install it just to find out.
} Things like indexes may have to be done differently. I don't really like
} the current set of six indices anyway.
Well, no, neither do I, but that's a limitation of the info format.
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