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RE: DocBook and OpenJade packages
- From: "Markus Hoenicka" <Markus dot Hoenicka at uth dot tmc dot edu>
- To: "Ralf Habacker" <Ralf dot Habacker at freenet dot de>,cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2002 16:08:33 +0000
- Subject: RE: DocBook and OpenJade packages
- References: <004a01c1a746$7505fac0$ad01a8c0@jj><002801c1a7cd$3a4ca3c0$b66607d5@BRAMSCHE>
I'm currently working on OpenJade for Cygwin. 1.4 is broken, but the
just released 1.3.1 builds out of the box, at least statically
linked. I'm currently trying to track down the segfault problem with
the dynamically linked binaries (any help is appreciated).
For the time being, do not forget:
This tutorial describes how to set up a complete SGML/XML editing and
publishing system, using Cygwin versions as far as possible. There are
also links to a 1.3.0 version of Openjade (statically linked) that I
have been providing for quite a while. The tutorial goes beyond
DocBook/DSSSL and covers XML/XSL as well.
Ralf Habacker writes:
> > Hi all,
> > I've recently installed the DocBook text processing system under CygWin.
> > This was quite fiddly, as there are many small tools that have to be
> > downloaded and configured.
> > I'm willing to volunteer to produce and maintain proper CygWin packages for
> > these tools, so that they can be easily installed by just choosing the
> > packages in the setup program.
> > * Is this something you'd like?
> for the kde2.2.x port too. This would be nice for kdevelop, which need this
> > * Is anybody currently working on this?
> I have tried to compile Openjade, but without success. So I have stopped this.
Markus Hoenicka, PhD
UT Houston Medical School
Dept. of Integrative Biology and Pharmacology
6431 Fannin MSB4.114
Houston, TX 77030
(713) 500-6313, -7477
(713) 500-7444 (fax)
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