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Re: Producing html documentation of repository revisions

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: Producing html documentation of repository revisions
Date: Mon, 04 Jan 2010 15:16:07 -0500
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dambk wrote, On 01/03/2010 01:52 PM:
I am attempting to produce html documentation to review the revisions of a
project I have written. The tools I have found include cvs2html, makeinfo
and texi2html. There is reference to a .texi file that is an input to this
process but I don't appear to have one produced automatically?
[1] Which of the tools listed above (or absent) is the preferred tool for
this task?
[2] How do I produce the required .texi file for the repository?

Many thanks.

I do not know which might be the "preferred tool for [converting cvs logs to html] " but My preferred tool for converting cvs logs to something a human can really use is cvs2cl[1]. Folks have also made dtd, schema, and stylesheets for cvs2cl's xml output, the first example one[2] looks OK to me and was apparently generated with a bash script[3].
You'll probably need to download more than I have pointed directly at [2,3] 
from the home page [1].

    or the python version of it that is included in CVSNT (Which IIRC 
is included in WinCVS)


Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane)
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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