On Thu, Dec 01, 2016 at 11:02:45AM +0100, Michael Olbrich wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 23, 2016 at 09:48:39AM +0100, Alexander Dahl wrote:
> > while searching how to build the new documentation (btw: I could not
> > find out) I stumbled over the broken help. Results from different
> > ptxdist versions:
> > The file ptxdist.1.gz is only available in the folders of 2016.08.0 and
> > 2016.09.0 and missing in all the others. I usually install like this:
> > * go to ptxdist src folder (git clone)
> > * git co ptxdist-201?-??-?
> > * git clean -dxf
> > * ./autogen.sh
> > * ./configure
> > * make
> > * sudo make install
> > In the current master no man page is created with a simple `make`, I
> > would have to call `make man`, not sure if it gets installed, though,
> > didn't test it.
> This was a deliberate change and I'm not quite sure how to improve the
> I did not want to make rst2man a hard requirement for ptxdist. So all
> tarball releases contain the man-page.
> I suppose we could create the man page under certain circumstances during
> 'make'. What should the condition be? If rst2man is found? When working
> with a ptxdist git checkout?
Isn't this what --enable-maintainer-mode is supposed to do? I.e. in
maintainer-mode regerate everything, and otherwise use shipped files.
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