Subject: Re: How to include src/doc/ROADMAP in our web pages
To: None <netbsd-docs@NetBSD.org>
From: Rui Paulo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/10/2006 00:24:44
At Fri, 9 Jun 2006 01:35:21 +0200,
Klaus Heinz wrote:
> attached is a patch for creating htdocs/Goals/roadmap.html.
> In order for this to work, you need to have a directory tree with
> sources for NetBSD-current on your machine (only for the single file
> src/doc/ROADMAP :-/) and set CURRENTSRCDIR.htdocs to this directory
> in your /etc/mk.conf.
> I did not use NETBSDSRCDIR (from bsd.own.mk) because this may not be
> a src tree for -current. On my machine it contains netbsd-3.
> Since src/doc/ROADMAP will remain a simple text file, I chose <screen>
> to include it verbatim in roadmap.xml because it represents this fact
> better than <literallayout>, IMO.
I agree with you.
> The patch must be applied in /usr/htdocs/Goals/.
> Opinions, suggestions?
What about using NETBSDSRCDIR or BSDSRCDIR instead of CURRENTSRCDIR.htdocs ?
The rest looks pretty reasonable.