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Re: Any interest in using HTML for locally-installed Texinfo documentati

From: sirgazil
Subject: Re: Any interest in using HTML for locally-installed Texinfo documentation?
Date: Tue, 2 Apr 2019 18:09:40 -0500
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El 2/04/19 a las 5:10 p. m., Per Bothner escribió:
On 4/2/19 1:12 PM, Ricardo Wurmus wrote:
As far as I know GNOME’s Yelp is a frontend to different kinds of
documentation and it does support Info files.

That reads *info* files.  We're talking about reading *html* files.
See Gavin's original message for why we want to use html.

Isn't it more about "increase the ease of
accessing documentation, including documentation locally installed on
a user's own computer.  When a user is using a bitmapped display (e.g.
with X11), this could become the default way that they access

I find Yelp easy to use as a desktop user. I think it would be great to easily access info manuals or info manuals translated to docbook or mallard from the Yelp viewer. It would make GNU documentation easier to discover on the desktop.

I think Matthieu's JavaScript interface would still be useful for the HTML documentation online.

Luis Felipe López Acevedo

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