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Josh Saddler wrote:
> Xavier Neys wrote:
>> Templated hanbook idea? Did you mean the include idea like Josh guessed?
>> If so, it's *almost* working on my home box (not the public one), but I still
>> need to fix some anchors and the comparison of translations vs. originals
>> When & whether it will make it to our guide.xsl is still not clear, but it
>> would take plenty of time, motivation and testing before it ends up on
>> www.g.o. I hope we'd be able to use a test web node, maybe bluejay of pheasant.
> Seriously though, I'm thrilled that you've got it to where it is now;
> I'd love to see it in place on our website. Who do we bug for access to
> bluejay? Infra? Or www@ ?
I have root on bluejay (it runs off a snapshot of htdocs atm.) but since
there's nothing available to be put on it for testing...
I believe I've got it right on my box.
I tested two guides (I already had this feature in mind when I rewrote
the quick guide and its lvm+raid sibling), and a bit of a handbook.
I still don't know when, or even whether, this would be available in Gentoo's
own XSL. Almost all templates need to be changed and it's *not* going to
The logic is chapters, sections and bodies can all be included, i.e. they
either have the current structure or contain a single <include href=""/>
element. A chapter can include chapters, a section can include sections and a
body can include bodies.
It's a bit unfair to let you know all this without knowing when or whether you
can use it, but at least you know...
/ Xavier Neys
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