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Re: sgml-tools for Linuxdoc
at Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2000 14:26:25 +0100,
on Subject: Re: sgml-tools for Linuxdoc,
Stein Gjoen <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Sorry about the enormous delay, things have been chaotic around here.
I'm glad to hear from you again :)
> > I check this disk.sgml (v0.23e) with sgml2txt from our Debian pacakge
> > of sgmltools_1.0.9-5 (the most updated one). The messages I got is:
> I use sgmltools 1.0.9 from the stable release of Debian,
> the -5 release seems to be in the unstable branch.
Yes. I uploaded 1.0.9-6 already, so next release (potato, which has been
frozen now, and will be released in 2 months) will have this one.
# 1.0.9-6 adds the doc-base support (Debian specific change)
# to 1.0.9-5. This may not be effective unless you use Debian potato.
> > $ sgml2txt disk.sgml
> > Processing file disk.sgml
> > <standard input>:3250: warning: can't break line
> This is the very same message I get.
> The mystery to me is which line does 3250 refer to? That line in the
> raw sgml-file looks quite harmless and I cannot see anything unusual
> in the text output either.
sgml2txt converts the input sgml in many ways before it feeds the text to
groff, so groff can't detect the line number in the raw sgml-file.
using "-d" option, Intermediate files can be checked. (otherwise,
they are removed when sgml2txt finishes.)
The input for groff may be left as /tmp/sgmltmp.disk????.3 (where
???? is the process number of sgml2txt). The line located at 3250 is
3249 IBM has released their
3250 driver <\fChttp://www.developer.ibm.com/welcome/netfinity/serveraid_beta
3251 as GPL.
(which is line 2412 in the raw sgml file)
I think it is this URI that can not be broken. (it should be)
> This output is the way it should have been, very good.
Then, this bug is now fixed.
> Since I used the Debian package (stable) it seems the fix must
> have occurred in some of the Debian specific fixes.
The stable (slink) version is 1.0.9-1, so you are right.
# btw, I uploaded the sgml-tools_1.0.9-4slink5, the rebuild-on-slink
# version of sgml-tools_1.0.9-5, into
# of ftp://ftp.debian.or.jp/debian-jp/projects/experimental-jp/
# If you use Debian slink (i386), I think you can use it to get
# the bug-fixed version on slink machine, before the potato release.
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