[Nut-upsdev] svn commit r1997 - in branches/AsciiDoc: . docs docs/man docs/website
aquette.dev at gmail.com
Mon Sep 21 12:08:36 UTC 2009
2009/9/21 Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>
> On Sep 21, 2009, at 7:28 AM, Charles Lepple wrote:
> On Sep 21, 2009, at 5:52 AM, Arnaud Quette wrote:
>> Subject: svn commit r1997 - in branches/AsciiDoc: . docs docs/man
>>> Author: aquette
>>> Date: Mon Sep 21 09:51:09 2009
>>> New Revision: 1997
>>> switch INSTALL to AsciiDoc, and name it as the "Quick Start
>>> Also includes various minor updates to the User Manual and Packager
>> not sure why Buildbot did not send out an email regarding this, but the
>> AsciiDoc build failed for this revision:
>> /usr/local/bin/asciidoc --unsafe --backend=xhtml11 \
>> --attribute icons \
>> --attribute localdate=`TZ=UTC date +%Y-%m-%d` \
>> --attribute localtime=`TZ=UTC date +%H:%M:%S` \
>> --attribute iconsdir=./icons \
>> --attribute=badges \
>> -a toc -a numbered -o user-manual.html user-manual.txt
>> ERROR: cables.txt: line 2: only book doctypes can contain level 0 sections
>> make: *** [user-manual.html] Error 1
yup, sorry. I missed to fix that before commiting...
> Looking a little closer, it seems that we have two conflicting goals here:
> * having standalone web pages with automatic titles ("level 0 sections")
> * being able to include the same page in a larger document
> Maybe there is a way to set the page title attribute if it has not already
> been set by an including document?
> Unfortunately, this loses some of the simplicity of AsciiDoc.
I'm looking at that currently, but this was the main reason for not
including a level 0 title in docs like features, cables (included both the
website and the doc, itself pointed as a whole in the website).
ATM, the lightest solution I have is to conditionaly declare the level 0
title in the doc if we don't have a "website" attribute. otherwise (ie we're
included in the doc), the title is declared in the includer.
I'm also redefining the levels in user manual with:
The other way is to not define a level 0 title, and force "doctitle=name" in
I'll finish the test approach #1 to see if it fits all cases...
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