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From hepabolu <>
Subject Re: How to update docs for 2.1?
Date Wed, 04 Jul 2007 13:57:50 GMT
Grzegorz Kossakowski said the following on 4/7/07 10:12:

First: some idiot decided to 'service' my ADSL connection, thus cutting 
me off and now three parties are haggling about who is responsible for 
reconnecting me. End result: I'm on dial-up for the time being and I 
won't read/answer much.

>>> Isn't 2.1 documentation also generated from Daisy? That means you 
>>> have to integrate your changes there. I'd guess here: 

This is true.

> Thanks David and Joerg. I'm really confused, wiki page is talking most 
> of the time about checking out /site from svn and updating docs there. 

Right. This is ancient. Please remove that text from the wiki page.

> However, there is a statement:
> "Since 2.1.8, the documentation (apart from the top-level website pages 
> described above) is written using Daisy at [WWW] 
>, and Daisy-generated pages are processed 
> by Forrest (using forrest trunk) to generate the static pages (still in 
> experimental phase)."
> Does this means we really use Daisy and docs from legacydocs to generate 
> 2.1 documentation or not? What should I edit?

Yes we do. The old way was too time consuming and therefore a blocker 
for writing docs. That's why we moved to Daisy.

> I thought that legacydocs import to Daisy was meant as a start base for 
> 2.2 docs. Could you explain it little more?

- generation of 2.1 docs
- base for 2.2 docs

Hope this helps.

Bye, Helma

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