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: 07/06/2006 10:05:03
At Wed, 5 Jul 2006 18:26:05 +0200,
Klaus Heinz wrote:
> I wrote:
> > I actually think it would be better to duplicate the file ROADMAP in
> > htdocs. If changes really happen rarely this should be feasible, we
> > could even provide a make-target for this and put a short note at the
> > top of the file.
> Next try (thanks to Rui Paulo for the hint about XInclude).
> Apply the appended patch in htdocs/Goals, copy src/docs/ROADMAP to
> htdocs/Goals and "make roadmap.html". People who do not have the
> htdocs tools installed can take a look at:
> ROADMAP will live in two places, (src/doc/ROADMAP,
> htdocs/Goals/ROADMAP) but must only be changed in src/doc/ROADMAP.
> ROADMAP in htdocs will not have CVS tags of its own, because it is only
> a copy without a need for version history. The existing tags get
> automatically replaced for the HTML file roadmap.html and people
> updating ROADMAP in htdocs must be carefule to run "make escape-cvs-tags"
> before committing a new version.
This looks great. Thanks!