[Red5] Red5 Documentation again
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Sun Dec 16 01:20:01 PST 2007
Apologies I have moved all red5 stuff to this sub domain now
Hopefully this is useful to some.
On 15/12/2007, at 11:35 PM, Dan Rossi wrote:
> Hi I dont mean to be stepping on toes for whoever is supposed to do
> be doing the documentation, but I have managed to compile the pdf
> book after alot of mucking around.
> I believe the documentation is fairly outdated in parts aswell are
> they to be updated maybe ?
> I've still yet to get docutils to run under jython for a proper
> portable doc gen setup, for now it needs python / docutils installed
> to run a tool called rst2xml.py which will convert the ReST
> documents to Docutils XML. I then had to do alot of research into
> how to convert the docutils xml into docbook xml as all it mentioned
> on the site was regards to using xsl to convert. Thankfully I found
> an xsl to convert but it required alot of editing and tweaks, and
> now it perfectly renders docbook 4.5 / 5 documents from docutils xml.
> I had to fix up alot of the text documents as there was serious
> formatting problems, which can be seen when running the rst2html.py
> tool. I might be a bit off with it still however there is still a
> few formatting issues in the generated pdf ill fix up later. The
> html files i had to convert to ReST first so the formatting could be
> fixed up there. The FAQ word doc is now in ReST format aswell and it
> too needed editing.
> The ant build runs for a while as it has to do quite a bit of
> processing , so copy the txt files from doc source directory into
> temp directory, convert all text documents to docutils xml.
> Transform each xml file to docbook article files. Transform docbook
> to pdf.
> Next is to get the generated javadoc into docbook to add at the end
> of the document.
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