[xml/sgml] packaging DITA Open Toolkit for Debian
mrj at ibiblio.org
Wed Nov 9 20:24:35 UTC 2011
On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 3:01 AM, Mathieu Malaterre
<mathieu.malaterre at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> Apparently you solved you issue with NM process. Could you please
> gives us some heads up on bug #555635 ?
I'm slowly working my way through the NM process an should finish up
in a few weeks. I plan to start packaging the DITA resources (schema,
stylesheets, documentation) in early December. I feel perfectly
competent to package up the XML/XSL-related parts of DITA, but need to
take a closer look at the other components of the DITA Open Toolkit
which will likely be packaged as lib-* packages.
> serna is getting in decent shape, and the next step will be to use a
> system installed DITA package.
As I said above, I'll get to packaging DITA (not the DITA Open
Toolkit) as soon as I can, which might be a month from now. However,
if much is depending on this package I can move more quickly on this.
Interesting that serna would depend on DITA or DocBook. I don't see an
obvious dependency, but then I'm not all that conversant when it comes
to Samba or SMB in general.
I hope I answered your question...
> Thanks much,
Mark Johnson <mrj at ibiblio.org> Mobile 715.966.0200
LionBridge Technologies, Inc.
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