Gianni Costanzi wrote:
> Ok, thank you very much Sven.. If I'll use the guide.xsl it will be
> only for something related to Gentoo, for me and my friends and not
> for some commercial work :-) (btw, I've read the name/logo guidelines)
> Thank you,
> 2006/1/14, Sven Vermeulen <email@example.com>:
>> Legally you should adhere to the name/logo guidelines. Humane (which is more
>> important anyway) tells you that, if the documentation is meant for Gentoo
>> anyway (for instance because it is for testing, feedback requests, ...)
>> there is absolutely no problem.
>> Sven Vermeulen
Thanks for asking. Sven said it all about using the current Gentoo look.
You might want to use a refreshed version of that Jurassic guide.xsl.
I created a new guide.xsl that supports recent additions to GuideXML including
the date formatting and localised inserts, all in a single file.
It is not much more than a dump of all the xsl that is used by guide.xsl, the
month names and all inserts, without metadoc checks and a few tweaks, mainly
As a full guide.xsl is a bit large, so I also removed support for all foreign
languages and made an English only one, and especially for you, one with
support for Italian :)
All languages: http://dev.gentoo.org/~neysx/g.xsl
English only: http://dev.gentoo.org/~neysx/g-en.xsl
w/ support for Italian: http://dev.gentoo.org/~neysx/g-it.xsl
/ Xavier Neys
\_ Gentoo Documentation Project