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Tom Lane wrote:
> Yeah, but for purely downstream work like that, what's the objection to
> just running the osx conversion? It seems to take just a few seconds.
> I'm still not seeing where we get return on our investment for
> converting the master source files from one format to the other.
> regards, tom lane
Does the designation of "downstream work" apply here? I was
intending to contribute back any changes required, to enable anyone
else to build the multiple volume version for printing. I wanted it
to become an easily maintainable way for the project to have an
up-to-date version of our manual available to bookstores, or
directly available through lulu.com.
I also would like to reiterate the fact that the localization
efforts would appreciate not having to re-do their work for each
release. Do we really want to continue considering this addition to
the project as well as their work to be "second-class citizens" wrt
the rest of the distribution?
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