|From:||Jürgen Purtz <juergen(at)purtz(dot)de>|
|Subject:||Re: First SVG graphic|
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On 20.02.19 17:28, Peter Eisentraut wrote:
> On 2019-02-15 11:58, Jürgen Purtz wrote:
>> The graphic for dump/restore is transferred from 'pg_dump utility'
>> chapter to the 'backup and restore' chapter in sgml/backup.sgml. In this
>> chapter I made a lot of textual changes to explain the relation between
>> pg_dump, pg_restore and psql in more detail. Especially I tried to
>> introduce a more stringent use of terms, eg: avoiding 'archive' because
>> this term is used with a different meaning in the PITR chapter. (It
>> would be a good idea to do the same for the description of the pg_dump
>> utility.) Because I'm not a native English speaker, feel free to correct
>> my wording.
> I think we should have some in-tree documentation about how to edit
> images, probably at doc/src/sgml/svg/README. You had published some of
> that documentation earlier in this thread, and whatever is relevant to
> developers should be included in the tree. I'm specifically wondering
> about the relationship between the *.svg and the inkscape/*.svg files.
Good idea. README is created. Also chapter "J.4. Documentation
Authoring" has some enhancements to differentiate between text and
graphic. It's also possible that we will see more sub-chapters in J.4 in
the future, e.g.: "Creating Mathematical Formulas".
Kind regards, Jürgen
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