Re: Minutes of Gnome 2 release team meeting (late): 2002-05-17

On Mon, May 27, 2002 at 10:48:33PM +0200, Mikael Hallendal wrote:
> Well, this is not really true. It's libxslt that tries to be smart not
> Yelp. I am now doing xsltParseStylesheetFile on yelp-customization.xsl,
> this file includes the xsl-files that is being downloaded over the net. 
> I don't really know how to download the stylesheets form yelp and then
> get them to be used and personally I find the libxml/libxslt headers a
> mess but I plan to look into this sometime. If there is some way I can
> ship the stylesheets with yelp I would be happy to do so since we need
> to have a certain version (1.48) which from what I understand noone
> ships (Red Hat 7.3 ships 1.49) so it's not really duplication if I just
> copy the stuff needed into the yelp installation.
> Perhaps it is but if it solves all peoples problems I wouldn't have any
> problems doing so. I think this way of doing it is much better than
> offer to download and install the stylesheets since the user shouldn't
> have to be bothered. That way we could just get rid of the entire xml
> catalog mess.
> What do you guys think?

  That considering the tone of your comments I don't give a fuck.
Do whatever you want but I don't feel inclined to be helpful in any way.


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