this is one of the things on my to-do list. i'll try to get to it in the
next few days. (it will get generated into the rsync repository, for what
its worth. generated stuff no longer goes into cvs....)


In article <002001c0a5e4$8f868c20$[EMAIL PROTECTED]>,
> A question about phpweb and cvs/rsync:
> I'd (still :) like to find the best way to make the annotated manual
> work on mirrors. The way it works now is okay, but a bit of a hassle to
> setup and keep up to date. It would seem best if we could have a script
> on update some datafiles, and have those files put into the
> rsync/cvs repository, for mirrors to fetch as part of their normal
> update cycle.
> I was thinking of /manual/usernotes/TOPIC.txt, where TOPIC is the
> subject in question. The contents of those files would just be a
> serialize array, exactly as would be returned by the DB.  My local setup
> actually does that, but loading those files requires a semi-backdoor
> into, which I'm a bit uncomfortable about.
> I know, installing a DB on the mirror and loading it with a dump of the
> master is another option, but rsync'd files is just *simpler*.
> Thanks, Simon

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