bogofilter 0.93.4 - new current release
evgen at shatura.laser.ru
Sun Jan 9 18:59:06 EST 2005
Evgeny Kotsuba wrote:
>>>> What about to include html or text versions of /doc/*.xml ?
>>>> Those files are included as doc/*.htmlin. Running "./configure &&
>>>> generates the html files.
>>> My platphorm is'n linux, and I even don't use gcc... looking in
>>> makefile I couldn't understand what kind port of what I should use...
>>> I test some xml-related utils - even Mozilla attempts to do
>>> something, but without success. I am not so familiar with xml as
>>> with pure C or pure HTML....
>> gcc isn't needed. Look in doc/Makefile for the .xml.htmlin: and
>> .htmlin.html: rules.
> Just with magnifying glass I have found that xmllint and xmlto is
> used, google says that it should be in libxml2...
> so if is really true, then it will be quite well to mention it
> somewere in doc... ;-) install/readme
This is native Unix way, it need xmllint that is part of libxml2, then
xmlto that is a " is a bash shell script, which also uses the GNU getopt
utility (it requires long option support). Currently the only XSL-T
processor that is supported is xsltproc, from Daniel Veillard's libxslt
<http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/> package. The xsltproc support requires a
system with properly configured XML Catalogs, such as Red Hat Linux 9."
libxslt uses XXXX that is path YYYY package that requires a ZZZZ system
with with properly configured WWWW, that uses...
[ full tree of dependencies skipped ]
fully installated and properly configured unix/linux system with one
thousand an one supports and tools
As opposite, for building bogofilter only two things are really used: C
compiler and flex, just because essential part of bogofilter uses flex.
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