From: Roman Kagarlitsky (rak_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-18 00:29:43
> Doug Gregor <dgregor <at> osl.iu.edu>
> On Aug 17, 2007, at 11:23 AM, Paul A Bristow wrote:
> Unless we had a central place where we built
> Boost PDF documentation.
> Ideally, we'd have an automated (nightly?) process
> that built Boost documentation in PDF and HTML.
> MetaComm is (was?) building the HTML;
> we'd just need one license to build the PDF.
>> So on the grounds that it costs nothing to say thanks, I still feel
>> it's the right thing to do.
> Makes it harder it ask for that one copy to build PDFs of Boost
> documentation, if we've already given them the publicity in a public
Doug, - try us.
I hereby grant you permission to use XEP to format
Boost project's documentation in server environment
until our VP of Sales - Kevin Brown, contacts Boost and
emails our formal license for such purpose.
Kevin should do it either tonight or in several days (he's out of town).
He will also send you a license for DevKit that includes API.
I think you will find it useful.
Let me know if you need anything else:
Java PDF, Docbook PDF related tools: www.renderx.com/tools
our new development - DiType: http://moin.renderx.com/rxwiki
We always like to work with technology people who promote open standards.
Roman Kagarlitsky, CEO
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