On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 7:54 AM, Magnus Hagander <magnus(at)hagander(dot)net> wrote:
> I've asked for this a few times before, but it seems others aren't as
> keen on it as me :-) Personally, I find the docs easier to read when
> formatted with the new website styles that Thom put together, and I
> also like to see things the way they're going to look when they go up
> Attached patch makes it possible to say "make STYLE=website" for the
> docs, which will then simply replace the stylesheet reference with one
> that goes to fetch docs.css on the website.
Wouldn't it be better to include the stylesheet in our tree, if we're
going to depend on it?
> I'm not suggesting we
> change the default or anything, just making it reasonably easy to get
> it done for one-off builds.
Why not change the default? Does anyone really prefer the bare bones
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