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lynx-dev Re: [2.8.1dev.22] patch0.3: UIPs, help files, --enable-gzip-hel
Sinan Kaan Yerli
lynx-dev Re: [2.8.1dev.22] patch0.3: UIPs, help files, --enable-gzip-help
Sat, 29 Aug 1998 13:35:23 +0100
(28/08/1998 13:29) address@hidden:
>In a message I posted 5 minutes ago to another list, I called this
it is definetely better than 'marking'.
>This is done at present by the install-help target, which tailors the
>lynx.cfg file to point to the locally installed help files instead
>of to those at the distribution site. It's a useful technique if
>it's not overdone. I'd consider the tailorability of the majordomo
>address (to use your example) as an excess. If that ever changes,
>it will simply be reflected in the next release of Lynx. Many other
So, you volunteer to edit each help file to update
<LINK rev="made" href="mailto:@LYNX_DEV_MAIL@">
When I started to 'tailor' the help files, I picked the links/filenames
that repeated themself and/or had a chance to be changed.
LYNX_LIST_HOST however looks like extreme but it is related to
LYNX_DEV_MAIL. When one of them changes the other has to changed also.
Other then help files, the followings are tailored:
So before dev.23, I am asking to everyone, please tell me which ones
look like excessive?
>names are tailored by the configure script. Again, it's an excess
>to say that every name in the program should be tailorable. Individual
>requirements for tailoring should be addressed on a case-by-case