[Mono-list] Docs as plain HTML

Carlos Alberto Cortez Guevara carlos@unixmexico.org
Thu, 12 Feb 2004 18:29:29 -0600


Maybe it would be possible to parse it and convert to docbook and
generate the *html files, or even try to generate our own docs in some
way like that.


El jue, 12-02-2004 a las 17:41, Peter Williams escribi=F3:
> On Thu, 2004-02-12 at 16:51, John Luke wrote:
> > Assuming you were asking this because you can't/don't want to use
> > monodoc. It would be insanely easy for someone to write a small SWF (or
> > any other toolkit) frontend for monodoc using monodoc.dll.  Perhaps whe=
> > the mono SWF implementation begins working again someone could do that
> > as a test.  Also, you could use the XSL files (ex.
> > monodoc/browser/mono-ecma.xsl) to transform all the XML files to HTML
> > with a script.
> Well, *if* monodoc.exe is an option, there's some way to get it to spit
> out HTML -- see the 'mod' shell script that it installs (which is sort
> of like 'man' for monodoc pages.)
> Peter
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