[blfs-dev] about subversion layout
pierre.labastie at neuf.fr
Sat Dec 28 03:25:02 PST 2013
Le 28/12/2013 12:10, Fernando de Oliveira a écrit :
> Em 27-12-2013 15:09, Fernando de Oliveira escreveu:
>> Em 27-12-2013 14:53, Pierre Labastie escreveu:
>>> Le 27/12/2013 18:28, Bruce Dubbs a écrit :
>>>> Fernando de Oliveira wrote:
>>>>> I promised Pierre to not change his modifications in subversion, but
>>>>> every time I look at that page, I see that it is inconsistent with the
>>>>> rest of the book.
>>>>> To Pierre: please, I would like you to agree with me and then I would
>>>>> modify back subversion format (not dependencies nor technical parts).
>>>> Yes, although it looks nice, it needs to be consistent with the rest of
>>>> the book.
>>>> -- Bruce
>>> I agree that it is not the same as the rest of the book, but the problem I
>>> faced was that usually, commands that are optional are inside <command> tags,
>>> but "make swig-py..." is a two-line command, which does not fit well inside
>>> <command> tags. OTOH, if those commands are put inside <screen><userinput>
>>> tags, it is not consistent either, as it treats them as recommended (or
>>> required) commands, so SWIG should be a recommended dep.
>>> It's not that I do not want to change, just that I have not found a
>>> solution... But since I am very new to the book editing and Docbook, I may
>>> have missed something obvious.
>>> So, go ahead.
>> Thanks, Pirre and Bruce,
>> I will do it tomorrow. I am done for today.
> Sorry, Pierre, above, s/Pirre/Pierre.
> Please, consider s/I am done for today/I need to stop now/, I think is
> more polite.
> Fixed at r12465.
It looks great. I did not know that <command> tags could be put inside
> I have kept the "screen" tags out of the tests.
I understand that it is like that in the template.
> Bruce, I noticed that the subversion page in BLFS-7.4 need to be
> corrected, to include in the errata, something like:
> make swig-py &&
> make swig-py swig_pydir=/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/libsvn \
> swig_pydir_extra=/usr/lib/python2.7/site-packages/svn &&
I think I can take care of that.
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