[Pkg-crosswire-devel] [Branch ~pkgcrosswire/libsword/main] Rev 19: Adds tei2mod command and man page.
dmitrij.ledkov at gmail.com
Mon Apr 6 13:03:37 BST 2009
2009/4/6 Jonathan Marsden <jmarsden at fastmail.fm>
> Dima (Dmitrijs Ledkovs) wrote:
> >> + pod2man --release=$(VERSION) --center "" -n IMP2GBS debian/imp2gbs.1.pod > imp2gbs.1
> > Heya I wish all of those could be done automatically somehow. But it
> > looks like it will require some funky makefile magic =D which I don't
> > know.
> I may attempt that; I've also thought of just converting them all by
> hand into *.1 files, and so avoiding the need for all the pod2man stuff
> completely. It would be nice to shrink debian/rules back down :)
It would be nice to shrink debian/rules but *.pod is the source.
The converted *.1 would be hard to edit cause they are obscure
(equiv. to binary).
> But for now, after a useful chat with Jordan, I decided it was more
> important to just get our packages "out there" so they can be uploaded
> into Debian experimental (and hopefully into unstable before too long).
> As you saw, I also added the tei2mod stuff (which we somehow had missed
> earlier), and I wrote a quick man page for that. Thanks for all those
> man pages you wrote, too!
Things happen =D
> I also killed off some of my own ~jmarsden/* bzr branches from LP, and
> made sure everything I have done for this project is now in the team (
> i.e. ~pkgcrosswire ) bzr. I'd like to get bzr to automatically send
> commit messages to this list, but so far I can't find a straightforward
I'll look around how to do it.
> way to do it, so I'm just forwarding the commit msgs that it sends to me
> on to the list, by hand. The idea of that is just to help everyone see
> exactly what is happening as we work on the packages.
> I also deleted several "side" branches in the ~pkgcrosswire stuff,
> things that were already merged into main. We had so many, it was hard
> to see what was still useful.
Lol yeah =D Spring housekeeping.
> Are you able to package up Xiphos 3.0.1 soon? If not, would you mind if
> I give that a try, updating your earlier work? I'd love to have *all*
> our packages at least ready for upload into Debian experimental...
> hopefully after that we can get some or all of them into unstable.
I'll do it by the end of friday. Hopefully earlier.
With best regards
Dmitrijs Ledkovs (for short Dima),
Ледков Дмитрий Юрьевич
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