Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] Thread documentation
From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-13 15:20:16
Anthony Williams wrote:
> Hi all,
> Having recently updated the boost thread library, I need to update the
> documentation. Currently, it's all in boostbook, but I think I'd
> rather edit it in QuickBook. In either case, I need to know how to
> build the docs.
> Is there a "getting started" guide that can help me learn how to
> build the docs on Windows (or Linux, though I tend to run that less
> often), and how to convert them to quickbook?
There's a stylesheet that allows Boostbook generated HTML to be viewed as
quickbook source, see
it's then just a cut and paste job to convert the Boostbook to quickbook
(which IMO is a whole lot easier to edit and maintain).
As for setup, then see
which should be enough to get you producing html docs. The "avoiding
quickbook rebuilds" part is highly recomended, but somewhat out of date: do
a "bjam release stage" in tools/quickbook and then point bjam's
user-config.jam to the exe in boost-root/dist/bin/.
PDF generation is a whole other ball game unfortunately :-( Shout if you
need help setting up for that. See also for example
libs/regex/doc/Jamfile.v2 for examples of some of the xslt-options you may
be interested in.
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