From: Edward Diener (eddielee_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-12 13:09:30
Douglas Gregor wrote:
> On Monday 10 November 2003 11:14 am, David Abrahams wrote:
>> Douglas Gregor <gregod_at_[hidden]> writes:
>>> When we generate HTML from BoostBook, many entities get unspecified
>>> names (like, say, id28193809). So if someone changes something tiny
>>> in a BoostBook document, all these names could change, making for
>>> huge HTML diffs (even adding/removing HTML files) even though the
>>> HTML hasn't changed
>>> "semantically". It's hard to get around this without having a name
>>> mangler in the BoostBook XSL (ugh).
>> Might be neccessary. This is continuing to cause problems.
> I could put HTML files into doc/html in CVS that redirect to the
> Metacomm-generated documentation, if that would ease some of the
> pain. Works for me, but might not work for those with slow or metered
> internet access.
If someone is downloading periodically builds from CVS, they probably have a
fast, non-metered connection. Maybe you could put the correct link as you
suggest above with a message saying Internet connection or something like
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