m at moshez.org
Tue Jun 10 02:41:00 EDT 2003
On Mon, 9 Jun 2003, Andrew Dalke <dalke at dalkescientific.com> wrote:
> Others said the doc build takes an hour.
It shouldn't, on a sane machine. It takes about several minutes.
Of course, you only need to rebuild the docs when you want to,
not after every CVS update.
> I would rather not learn how to do that
I won't give you that option.
There, now you learned how to do it yourself, whether you wanted
to or not.
> if for no other reason then that after I do a CVS update I
> don't want to wait an hour to read the new docs.
It's several minutes. Please don't spread FUD.
> I can't see that a cron job, run once every day or so, can be that
Why can't you run that cronjob on your CVS updated copy every day
> If it is hard, then it means building the docs is too hard, and yet that's
> something you
> want me to do myself as a Twisted novice?
It's not hard. It's just that the only people who want to read docs about
CVS will need to have a checkout anyway, and those people can easily
This script was specifically written (and taken outside release-twisted)
so we can easily build docs ourself.
Moshe Zadka -- http://moshez.org/
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