From: Paul G. <pgarceau@at...> - 2003-05-11 23:07:29
It is good to see you are still semi-active here.
> I'd like to announce here the availability of new and updated CHMs.
> The user relevant changes are:
> - updated the most recent versions of the packages, as usuall.
> - eliminated the annoying 'function>' tags erroneously left behind.
> - new CHM for the GNU C++ STL, libstc++!
> The "under-the-hood" changes are:
> - Switched the build system to the GAR architecture. (See the README
> http://jrfonseca.dyndns.org/projects/devhelp/source for more info
> if you're curious about it). This allows to automate even the
> download and extracting process. Reducing the size of everything
> just down to about 2Mb, provided one has a Linux or Cygwin
> installation with all necessary tools (Texinfo, DocBook
> stylesheets, XLSTPROC, Doxygen, Microsoft HelpHelp SDK, WINE, and a
> few others..!).
> There are a few minor problems with the CHMs (some CHMs don't even
> build at all due to some problems in makeinfo), but I have all reports
> everybody sent me archived and I'll eventually fix everything.
> Emphasis on eventually...
> The CHMs are available from the usual place,
> José Fonseca
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