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Build an index of all html documentation files
Update version in doc
Add README as proper html/manpage doc
Abstract doc building to a separate script
Update title and footer comment:
Fold the README into the html doc build
Sadly, this means turning off syntax highlighted code blocks,
until ronn has a markdown implementation that supports them.
Link npm(1) to 'npm help npm'
Always use npm-blah(1) in the md, convert appropriately
HTML gets a hyperlink, manpage gets 'npm help blah' text
More doc decruftifying
gubblebum font ftw
few more html doc tweaks
Support npm_debug env in install script
No need to clean cache as often, makes search slow
fix make latest
Update submodules recursively in make
Less warning, better style
Move test command into package.json
Clobber in Makefile
Don't install ronn for every doc
A make command that works
Closes GH-609 `make install` installs current, not latest
`make latest` to do the old behavior.
explicitly set bash as the shell since the makefile uses bash-isms
Closes GH-618 Don't do git on non-git folder
build submodules in make process
Allow publishing from non-master
Remove npm recursively on make uninstall
Add a 'publish' make target
clean when linking
Change the way npm help works, so that it will work with man programs…
… that stubbornly refuse to take a troff file as an argument
That is, make it work on Solaris.
Add 'clean' make target
Use ronnjs instead of the ronn rubygem to build docs
Use `npm install ronn` instead of `gem install ronn`