Daniel Egger <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> So what we need is:
> - XSLT files and CSS stylesheets to produce XHTML which looks nice in
> nowadays webbrowsers
> - XSLT files which produce output which is grokkable by the (new?)
> helpbrowser plugin; That means we either need simple HTML files for
> something like the current plugin or some other (new?) simple
> fileformat which allows for additional features which also need to be
> defined. This has to be discussed with the person(s) who will code
> that (and that certainly won't be me).
I'd say we port the help_browser plug-in to GtkHtml2. It's able to
render quite sophisticated stuff (see http://gtkhtml2.codefactory.se/).
Porting the plug-in should be pretty straightforward. The API is not
compatible but similar.
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