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conversion Moved some docs around. Dec 29, 2014
coverage Cleaning up FIXMEs. Jun 13, 2016
dtd Support for MathML; many related changes. Sep 25, 2015
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media Prince PDF actually working; woo! Sep 22, 2014
official New cover provided by Gleki. Jun 14, 2016
orig Docbook-specific branch Aug 31, 2011
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Docbook-specific branch Aug 31, 2011
CHANGELOG Updated documentation. Jun 13, 2016
Gemfile Not actually used, really. Sep 26, 2015
LICENSE Fixed #99 Sep 28, 2015
PRINCE-NOTES Notes update. Dec 29, 2014
README Requirements updated. Mar 17, 2016
README-tags Cleaning up FIXMEs. Jun 13, 2016
README-urls Added backwards-compatible anchors and notes on same. Sep 28, 2015
TODO SO MUCH WORK from #21 Jun 20, 2015
VERSION Fixed #104 Sep 28, 2015
cll_build Significant cleanup and simplification of the make process. May 16, 2016

README

To make all the versions (which it will try to install into
~/public_html/media/public/cll_build/ ) do:

  ./cll_build

This takes quite a while.  To do it for just one chapter for faster
testing:

  ./cll_build -t chapters/05.xml 

This does the whole book but is also much faster:

  ./cll_build -t

There are many possible sub-targets as well, which are specified
with -T, such as:

  ./cll_build -t -T prince_pdf

You can get a complete list of targets via:

  ./cll_build -h

Requirements
------------

Getting this all working is actually a pretty huge undertaking;
you're almost certainly better off asking Robin Lee Powell for an
account on the appropriate server.

  General/HTML
  ------------

    xsltproc

    xmlto

    Normal linux tools probably like tar.  You definitely need wget,
    in particular.

    The actual docbook packages (i.e. the docbook 5.0 XSLT stuff)

    Ruby

    All the Ruby gems mentioned in Gemfile; in fact the normal way to
    do this sort of thing is:

      $ gem install bundler
      $ bundle install

    and that should get all the dependencies for you (although I
    (rlpowell) don't do it that way myself, so this is untested by me
    and you might have to do "bundle exec ..." with your build
    commands or something; regardless, there's only like 3 gem
    dependencies).

  PDF Generation
  --------------

    prince ( http://www.princexml.com/ )


  MOBI / EPUB
  -----------

    ebook-convert (from calibre, but the yum package doesn't really
    work; use the binary install at
    https://calibre-ebook.com/download_linux )

    Xvfb and xvfb-run (fake X for calibre) or a running X server
    session -- MAYBE NOT ACTUALLY NEEDED