1. 17 Aug, 2013 1 commit
    • Alan Coopersmith's avatar
      Add comments about sizes of dynamically allocated arrays · 95ee49d9
      Alan Coopersmith authored
      Many arrays have sz_* or size_* fields to list the number of entries
      allocated, and num_* fields to record the number of entries used.
      Others use num_* for the number allocated, or size based on max_key_code.
      And a few are just plain trying to mess with your head.  (I'm looking at
      you XkbNamesRec & XkbKeyTypeRec.)
      It sure would have been nice if all the XKB authors could have picked
      a single convention and stuck to it, but we're 20 years too late for
      that now, so just document it so I can stop reverse engineering from
      the code every time I need to see if we got a bounds check right or not.
      Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith's avatarAlan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith@oracle.com>
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    • Matt Dew's avatar
      informaltable cleanup · b0f79125
      Matt Dew authored
      On certain tables, add top and bottom borders to table
      header and a bottom border to the table. This matches
      what those tables in the old pdfs looked like.
      the <?dbfo keep-together='always'> prevents tables from
      splitting across pages. Useful for tiny tables.
      Converting the colwidth to a floating point,
      IE, 1* -> 1.0* cleans up these build errors:
      WARNING: table-layout="fixed" and column-width unspecified
      => falling back to proportional-column-width(1)
      Signed-off-by: Matt Dew's avatarMatt Dew <marcoz@osource.org>
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    • Gaetan Nadon's avatar
      docbook.am: embed css styles inside the HTML HEAD element · f24b0778
      Gaetan Nadon authored
      Rather than referring to the external xorg.css stylesheet, embed the content
      of the file in the html output produced. This is accomplished by using
      version 1.10 of xorg-xhtml.xsl.
      This makes the whole html docs tree much more relocatable.
      In addition, it eliminates xorg.css as a runtime file which makes
      xorg-sgml-doctools a build time only package.
      Signed-off-by: Gaetan Nadon's avatarGaetan Nadon <memsize@videotron.ca>
  12. 07 Sep, 2011 1 commit
    • Gaetan Nadon's avatar
      docbook.am: global maintenance update - entities, images and olinking · c707a202
      Gaetan Nadon authored
      Adding support in libX11 for html chunking caused a reorg of docbook.am
      as well as the xorg-sgml-doctools masterdb for olinking.
      The parameter img.src.path is added for pdf images.
      A searchpath to the root builddir is added for local entities, if present.
      The docbook.am makefile hides all the details and is identical for
      all 22 modules having DocBook documentation. It is included by a thin
      Makefile.am which requires no docbook knowledge.
      Signed-off-by: Gaetan Nadon's avatarGaetan Nadon <memsize@videotron.ca>
  13. 24 Aug, 2011 1 commit
    • Gaetan Nadon's avatar
      docbook pdf: add xsl parameter to locate images · 5a286420
      Gaetan Nadon authored
      Unlike html, pdf/ps requires a full path name to find images,
      but only needs it to make an internal copy of it at build time.
      The image can later be removed and the image still shows up in the pdf doc.
      This allows us to use the absolute builddir.
      This parameter must not be used for html which loads the image from disk
      at user read time. The image is removed from builddir after build is done,
      and we do not know where the image will be installed by the distro.
      Signed-off-by: Gaetan Nadon's avatarGaetan Nadon <memsize@videotron.ca>
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  15. 11 Jun, 2011 1 commit
    • Gaetan Nadon's avatar
      Install target dbs alongside generated documents · 3ccaaf46
      Gaetan Nadon authored
      This matches a change in xorg-sgml-docs whereby the masterdb will look for
      the target dbs into the same location as the generated documents.
      The target dbs are now installed alongside the generated documents.
      Previously they are installed in $prefix/sgml/X11/dbs alongside masterdb which
      has the potential of installing outside the package prefix and cause
      distcheck to fail when user does not have write permission in this package.
      Requires XORG_CHECK_SGML_DOCTOOLS(1.8) which was released 2011-06-11
  16. 31 Mar, 2011 1 commit
    • Gaetan Nadon's avatar
      Documentation: add Docbook external references support · a9cc5051
      Gaetan Nadon authored
      When writing technical documentation, it is often necessary to cross
      reference to other information. When that other information is not in the
      current document, additional support is needed, namely <olink>.
      A new feature with version 1.7 of xorg-sgml-doctools adds references to
      other documents within or outside this package.
      This patch adds technical support for this feature but does not change
      the content of the documentation as seen by the end user.
      Each book or article must generate a database containing the href
      of sections that can be referred to from another document. This database
      is installed in DATAROOTDIR/sgml/X11/dbs. There is a requirement that
      the value of DATAROOTDIR for xorg-sgml-doctools and for the package
      documentation is the same. This forms a virtual document tree.
      This database is consulted by other documents while they are being generated
      in order to fulfill the missing information for linking.
      Refer to the xorg-sgml-doctools for further technical information.
      Co-authored-by: Matt Dew's avatarMatt Dew <marcoz@osource.org>
      Signed-off-by: Gaetan Nadon's avatarGaetan Nadon <memsize@videotron.ca>
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