Re: Rarian and Yelp

On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 16:45 -0400, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
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> If there's a better list for Rarian, please let me know.  I just
> finished porting rarian-0.5.6 to FreeBSD (lot of Linuxisms), and I'm
> trying to confirm that it's working with Yelp 2.19.1.  However, I can no
> longer see any of my help documents in Yelp.  When I trace yelp, it
> seems to be looking for directories that do not exist (e.g.
> /usr/local/share/help/LOCALE/C).  I don't even see those directories on
> Linux.  Yelp does find all of the OMF files, but it doesn't want to load
> the related help .xml files.
> To be clear, OMF files can be found under /usr/local/share/omf and GNOME
> help files under /usr/local/share/gnome/help/<app>/<locale>.  This
> appears to be the same as Linux.
> My question is, is rarian supposed to be working now?  Should Yelp be
> finding the help documents?  Right now, Yelp can only successfully find
> GNU info and man pages.  Thanks.

This should all be working, but Don Scorgie is the man
with all the answers.  gnome-doc-devel-list is a better
place for this.  CCing.


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