Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-26 Thread Lloyd D Budd

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 At 19:42 Uhr -0400 20.05.2002, Lloyd D Budd wrote:
 
 [...]
 
 I do not know how to build the webpage to view a pretty version.  Hopefully,
 my small attachment is alrite.
 
 Sure. But let me tell you how to build the web page. To test it,
 you probably should enable PHP in your Apache settings.
 

[SNIP]
 
 3) Make sure you have the libxslt package installed (required to
 compile the web page data)

Thanx Max, I am going for it.   'libxslt' is only in unstable, and it
resulted in needing:

The following 22 additional packages will be installed:
 db3 db3-shlibs docbook-dsssl-nwalsh docbook-dtd expat expat-shlibs gdbm
 gdbm-shlibs gmp gmp-shlibs gtk-doc libxml2 libxml2-bin libxml2-shlibs
 libxslt-shlibs manconf openjade python sgml-entities-iso8879 tcltk
 tcltk-dev tcltk-shlibs

Mmmm pkgs, 
Lloyd


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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-22 Thread David R. Morrison

Lloyd, thanks again for your work on updating the X11 section of the fink
documentation.  I have now incorporated your changes into the web site,
and made a few additional updates.

I'd like to encourage other Fink developers to check it out
  http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php
to see if there is anything else that needs to be updated.

  -- Dave

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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-22 Thread Dave Vasilevsky

Perhaps some mention should be made of how to get the usage options for startx? 
Currently startx -- -help works for me because startx doesn't understand it, but I'm 
sure there's a better way. This is especially useful for folks using pure Darwin or 
not running the OS X WindowServer, since -fakebuttons and -fakemouse{2,3} aren't 
automatic in these cases.

Dave

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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-21 Thread Max Horn

At 19:42 Uhr -0400 20.05.2002, Lloyd D Budd wrote:

[...]

I do not know how to build the webpage to view a pretty version.  Hopefully,
my small attachment is alrite.

Sure. But let me tell you how to build the web page. To test it, 
you probably should enable PHP in your Apache settings.


1) Checkout the web CVS module (this assume you either have th dev 
tools or the Fink cvs package installed):

  cvs -d:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/cvsroot/fink login
  cvs -z3 -d:pserver:[EMAIL PROTECTED]:/cvsroot/fink co web


2) Now modify the XML in there (or copy your already modified XML 
file into the correct place

3) Make sure you have the libxslt package installed (required to 
compile the web page data)

4) cd into the xml subdir.

5) Type make check to perform a syntax check of your XML code, to 
see if you made no mistakes. Fix any you find

6) Type make - this will compile that XML into HTML/PHP

7) If no error happend now, type make install, this will copy the 
newly created data into the proper spot


Now you can view the data. In my case I just made a symlink 
~/Users/fink pointing to the web CVS checkout, and enabled PHP in 
my apache settings, now I can use any web browser to test the web 
site locally (minus the MySQL driven parts of course).


Cheers,

Max
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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-20 Thread David R. Morrison

 Hello all,
 
 I want to help some how, and as X11 is a little bit out of date, I thought
 that I could submit some diffs vs it or something.  Is the source in XML?
 Is my doing this desirable?  How would you like me to go about it?
 
 Best regards,
 Lloyd
 

Hi.  You can find the source file at
  http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/fink/web/xml/x11/x11.xml
Diffs to that source would be a good way to proceed.

  Thanks,
  Dave



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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-20 Thread David R. Morrison

There are lots of different approaches to dealing with the Mac-text vs.
Unix-text issue.  You actually wanted mac2unix, I think, or something like
that...

If you are not going to use emacs or vi, there is a free Mac text editor,
BBEdit Lite, which handles the Mac/Dos/Unix text conversion very nicely.
It notices which format your file was in when you opened it, and saves
it in the same format by default; or you can switch to one of the others
by a simple menu choice.

I'll look at your attachment this evening.

  -- Dave

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Re: [Fink-devel] http://fink.sourceforge.net/doc/x11/index.php update?

2002-05-20 Thread Kyle Moffett


On Monday, May 20, 2002, at 08:13 PM, Lloyd D Budd wrote:

 on 2002/05/20 19:54,  [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent:

 On Monday, May 20, 2002, at 07:42 PM, Lloyd D Budd wrote:

 on 2002/05/20 13:43,  [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent:

 Anyway, I downloaded
 x11.xml .  Opened it in the oxymoronic, Mac TextEdit.   I had a full
 updates
 and went to save, and which time it informed me that TextEdit cannot
 save
 in plain text. Ok :-7
 all you need to do is go to format/make plain text, or hit command-t
 :-)

 Hello Chris,

 Thank you for the info!  Interesting, I recreated the scenario.  Of 
 course,
 without following your excellent recommendations.  TextEdit complains on
 save, TextEdit does not save SimpleText format; document will be saved 
 as
 rich text (RTF) instead, with a new name.  Is x11.xml really SimpleText
 format?

 -lloyd

Here is the problem:
TextEdit saves both plain text (.txt) and rich text (.rtf), but not 
SimpleText (Weird thing with Type  Creator codes)
I think that IE is the problem (It adds extra type  creator codes to 
many files)  I recommend using OmniWeb (Free: www.omnigroup.com)

Here is the solution:
Force format fix by pressing Cmd-Shift-T until it changes to a blocky 
monospaced type
Run File-Save As... and replace the older file.  This will also cause 
it to open properly in the future.

HTH,
Kyle Moffett


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