From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-03-14 13:57:59
On Friday 14 March 2003 09:02 am, Douglas Gregor wrote:
> > What's your plan of action now? I'd suggest that "XML + XSL -> XML"
> > transformation should be implemented first, followed by "XML + XSL -> dir
> > + manifest file". This will allow to do complete generation sequence for
> > one format. The 'docbook' rule on top of that (with feature to select
> > format). Lastly, dependency scanning.
> I'm going to take a crack at it now. Expect a flood of silly questions soon
My 2nd pass at it is now in CVS (tools/build/new/boostbook.jam). The
generators seem to be generating happily, and it was actually quite trivial
to get an XInclude scanner working for XML documents. Kudos to the BBv2
developers for a _very_ extensible build system.
I'm fighting a little bit with the documentation system living in a compiler's
world. My documents end up in "bin/gcc/debug/", whereas the current directory
would be more appropriate. I know I could just override the target path, but
I'm wondering if there's some better way to say "these features don't apply
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