Xfce 4.4 beta2 released!

Brian J. Tarricone bjt23 at cornell.edu
Tue Jul 11 08:56:28 CEST 2006

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Robby Workman wrote:

> I'm working on a build script for Slackware, and I'm curious as 
> to how the --with-html-dir configure flag applies to the finished 
> product.  I'm thinking that this is the default location looked 
> at when the user presses F1 to bring up the documentation, and if 
> so, does this mean that all components need to use the same 
> directory for this documentation?  In other words, is it feasible 
> to separate the documentation for each component into various 
> directories like this:
>    /usr/doc/xfce-
>      ./xfce-mcs-manager
>      ./xfce-mcs-plugins
>      ./xfce-utils
>      ./xfce4-icon-themes
>      ... and so on
> or does each component's html docs need to be in the same 
> directory (e.g. /usr/doc/xfce- for this to work properly?

Any links between the different docs expect the files to be in the same
directory.  I seem to remember I wrote some external app at some point
that references the panel documentation, so doing this would break that
as well.

Why do you even need to do this, though?  The HTML docs for each module
are just one file each.


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