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From: Angus Leeming (angus.leeming_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-04 16:00:22

Jonathan Turkanis wrote:
>> The pages mentioned (e.g. use some form of server-side
>> processing like PHP scripts to add the ToC information on the fly. This
>> is not possible for off-line documents. There are, however, several
>> possible ways around this:
> I'm not sure of the relevance of the server side scripts. Do you mean
> that they have the freedom to tailor content to browser capabilities,

Yes. (Although the pages are off line tonight. Machine maintenance.)

> or that they avoid doc-bloat by keeping just one copy of the table of
> contents?

No, the html is generated dynamically, adding header and footer code to the
main content that is stored in the .php file. The header includes the
generated toc.

> Either way, since boost docs have to be viewable offline, the only
> workable solution is frames, as I think you agree.

Fair enough.

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