Static Bash Instructions

Rob Park rbpark at ualberta.ca
Mon Sep 16 14:38:17 PDT 2002


Alas! Seth W. Klein spake thus:
> Rob Park <rbpark at ualberta.ca> wrote:
> > Alas! Gerard Beekmans spake thus:
> > > On September 3, 2002 02:18 pm, Rob Park wrote:
> > > > That is why I suggested to make it a separate version of the book, so
> > > > that weirdos like you can keep your package contents ;)
> > > 
> > > That's an idea I've been toying with for a long time: Dynamic LFS Books (the 
> > > DLFSB project if you will). <trim>
> > 
> > Use m4 preprocessing. On the commandline you could specify options, like
> > what you wanted to be removed from the book.
> 
> No! No m4 :) XSLT is intended for this and works well.

Do you have a problem with m4? Were you not impressed with my l33t m4
sk1llz when I posted the sieve in m4? ;)

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