new layout for the book (Gerard?)
ken at kenmoffat.uklinux.net
Sun Jan 18 15:29:25 PST 2004
On Sun, 18 Jan 2004, Matthew Burgess wrote:
> Now, on the assumption that we can get XInclude processing working
> on just parts of a file, where do we put the full contents of each
> package? I would suggest in chapter 6 simply so that *all* packages have
> their full contents there, i.e. it's consistent. Chapter 5 then pulls in
> whatever content they can from chapter 6, and if the instructions differ
> these are simply inserted in chapter 5's package file instead of the
> relevant XInclude instruction. Appendices A and B can be automatically
> generated I believe(they're just links) so don't require any source
> files at all. Likewise, I think chapter 4 can be produced automatically
> as the download links are already in chapter 6.
If "full contents" includes the programs / libraries installed by that
package, don't forget that in some of chapter 5 (util-linux, perl) we
only do a partial install.
This is a job for Riviera Kid!
More information about the lfs-dev