>> I also think wiki page allows us to brush up the documentation
>> rather than exchanging patches effectively. I'll set up a wiki page
>> that contains same contents with *.sgml file to revise documentation
>> stuff to be included into the *.sgml file finally. How about this idea?
> Sounds good.
I set up a wikipage as a source of *.sgml file.
We can fix up cosmetic things later, so should we review the
description of the upcoming official documentation?
>> If we use result of the `pg_config --sharedir` here, how about this
>> writing style? Or, do we have any other ideas?
> I'm not sure - I'll look at your next draft more closely.
I added a mention about installation path in the "Installation"
section, as follows:
The following instruction assumes your installation is under
the /usr/local/pgsql directory, and the database cluster is
in /usr/local/pgsql/data. Substitute your paths appropriately.
It seems to me natural rather than using `pg_config --sharedir`
instead. (we might need to care about installation path of the
pg_config in this case.)
KaiGai Kohei <kaigai(at)ak(dot)jp(dot)nec(dot)com>
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