Sorry for the brief answer. Currently to be honest its not my main
topic :( Will become better soon I hope.
On Sun, 20 Jun 2010 14:02:12 +0100
André Glória <gloria.andre(a)gmail.com> wrote:
3) I've been generating the html by explicitly
writing *rst2html -stg
--stylesheet=geany.css ./geany.txt geany.html* this is because
running *make doc* inside the geany's doc directory gives me the
*make: *** No rule to make target `doc'. Stop.* error.
I'm not sure but I see that in the doc folder there is only the
Makefile.am and Makefile.in, in "my days" the make tool looked for a
Makefile file, without any extension. Times change and I probably
didn't get the memo :p. (I don't write a makefile in quite some
time...) Where's the problem?
IIRc Makefile will be generated but autotools stuff is still some big
miracle to me.
4) I noticed 1 typo in geany.txt and made a little
change (added a
period to a sentence) to have the correct behaviour out of OmegaT.
I'm thinking, in the end, of sending a patch with the changes I make.
It's the most practical thing right? Or I shouldn't touch geany.txt
Nope. geany.txt can be updated in case of a misspelling, wrong info or
just extension by some useful fact. Just send a patch to geany-devel
mailing list at best so one of the committers can have a look onto
patch and submit it to subversion in case of its a good suggestion.