Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> Following up to the recent discussion that our man page build is weird,
> ancient, and only works with patched tools, I have implemented support
> for using a newer toolchain based on docbook2x(.sf.net). You can try it
> out by installing docbook2x and running "make manx".
I just tried it and it works great. This is also Debian so I can't say
how hard it is to install docbook2x.
> The build works nicely and quickly, and if we fix up a few small
> formatting artifacts and sort out the installation issues, we could
> switch to using this as our standard build method.
What artifacts do you see? The only one I can find is that in SEE ALSO
the references to other man pages look like this:
ALTER TEXT SEARCH CONFIGURATION(), DROP TEXT SEARCH CONFIGURATION()
We should replace the spaces with _ and add the "l" section in parens.
Alvaro Herrera http://www.CommandPrompt.com/
The PostgreSQL Company - Command Prompt, Inc.
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