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From "Dirk.vanGulik" <Dirk.vanGu...@jrc.it>
Subject Re: Offline HTML docs & documentation versions
Date Fri, 05 Jan 1996 08:09:37 GMT
> >I've had a few requests recently for some form of HTML readable
> >documentation to be made available that can be taken offline.  so that
> >people don't have to be on the net to read our docs from www.apache.org
> >and so that they don't have to cart a bunch of paper about with them
> >(imagine!).
> 
> Is html easier to read than PostScript?
> 
> >Ok, so, how about the existing HTML pages (and future HTML editions of
> >David's manual) be accompanied by a link to a docs.html.tar.gz or some
> >such archive that people can download and unzip on their own
> >filespace.
> 
> It's possible; my only reservation is that it isn't just a single file,
> but many, and so may not be particularly managable.

If desired, I can have a look about puting some of our sgml-doc-hack stuff
over it to split it up into several chapters, etc, and make that avaible
as a tar.

Dw.

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