[Pkg-crosswire-devel] [Branch ~pkgcrosswire/libsword/main] Rev 19: Adds tei2mod command and man page.

Dmitrijs Ledkovs 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.

> Jonathan

With best regards

Dmitrijs Ledkovs (for short Dima),
Ледков Дмитрий Юрьевич

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