Use a css file for the doc
Dimitrie O. Paun
dimi at intelliware.ca
Tue Sep 9 17:17:55 CDT 2003
On Wed, 10 Sep 2003, Francois Gouget wrote:
> 1. keep the old default.dsl file which hard-codes the presentation in
> all the output files and makes it impossible for an end-user to modify
> 2. use the new default.dsl file which puts all the presentation aspects
> in the css file so that the html files don't have a hard-coded look and
> 3. remove the dsl file altogether so that we get filenames of the form
> p3552.html and the default look and feel.
My apollogy, I must not have been clear enough. I want 4:
4. use the new default.dsl file when building the HTML docu on the
WineHQ site. It should _not_ be in the Wine tree, but rather in
in the WineHQ tree. I suggest the tools/ module. When a user
does 'make html' in the documentation/ directory, that should
just use the default.dsl file that is installed on the user's box.
This way we generate the docs our way, and they generate the
docs their way.
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