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Re: Yelp problem

From: Ben Pfaff
Subject: Re: Yelp problem
Date: Fri, 07 Nov 2008 20:38:08 -0800
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"Michel Boaventura" <address@hidden> writes:

> The pspp for windows doesn't have any type of help, because mingw
> doesn't have a version of Yelp for it. Today I've tried to port it,
> and I guess it will be an almost impossible task.
> Yelp needs 
> gconf,dbus,orbit,libstartup-notification,gnome-doc-utils,gtk-unix-printing
> and others libraries. I guess it will be so many things to include on
> installer, just to show a help for the user. Maybe we can do an
> workaround and show the help on the browser or something like that.
> Is there a special motive for use Yelp? Because I wanna keep pspp for
> windows implementation as close as possible of original, but I don't
> know if port all of this libs, include it all on
> the install just to show help messages will worth it.

I am currently of the opinion that we should install the PSPP
manual in HTML format and invoke a web browser to view it.  I
haven't yet had a chance to try writing code to do this.
Ben Pfaff

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