Re: Cyrus IMAPd 2.1.10 Released

From: Jeremy Rumpf (no email)
Date: Fri Nov 15 2002 - 13:27:31 EST

On Thursday 14 November 2002 14:43 pm, Scott Russell wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 14, 2002 at 02:35:02PM -0500, Lawrence Greenfield wrote:
> > Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2002 10:56:07 -0500
> > From: Scott Russell <>
> > [...]
> > Sooo... any reason why the docs aren't sgml and then built for text,
> > html, ps, etc? Think of this as less of a request and more of 'would
> > CMU be interested' type question. :)
> >
> > No objections, but it's one of those things of "is it worth creating
> > more dependencies" versus the current very simple htmlstrip and html
> > files.
> >
> > At one point I converted some of the files to XHTML and that process
> > will probably continue slowly. If someone has a good idea of how to
> > make the documentation easier to deal with, we're all for it.
> I'm not sure it would be easier. It's question of maintaining sgml
> docbook sources vs xhtml/html sources. The theoretical advantage is
> that the sgml/docbook tools are plentiful and easily exported to other
> formats.
> It might also be a good motivation for me to get learning docbook/sgml :)

Last night I had some spare time, so I docbookafied a chapter in the CMU doc
directory. Admittedly, I didn't spend much time on it and didn't use some of
the more intricate features of docbook, but I thought it would be something
as an example. The content is taken verbatim from the install-compile text
file. A pdf generated output (from the docbook2pdf tool in RH 7.3) can be
viewed here:

The docbook source can be grabbed from here:


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