Updating HTML docs?
rlssdpm at schnapp.org
Fri Jul 11 17:09:58 CDT 2003
Well, I'm embarrassed already, Bob!
I intended to send that message to the SDPM list, which is why I
switched to my encoded email address (rlssdpm at schnapp.org). Apparently,
I only sent it to you. Argh.
I followed netiquette and searched ActiveState's FAQs before asking.
I've even (since) Googled the question -- and the results seem to
indicate that my embarrassment about the question may be unjustified.
Others have commented on this gaping hole.
For what it's worth, I ended up manually running pod2html for the group
of modules in which I'm interested. And then I manually edited
perltoc.html, to incorporate the generated files.
It should be relatively easy to build a perl script to do the rebuild,
but I don't think I'm going to find the time in the very near future...
Thanks for the response!
On 7/11/2003 2:59 PM, Bob Kleemann wrote:
> On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 12:56:24PM -0700, Russ Schnapp wrote:
>> I am virtually certain that this question will result in my
>> embarrassment, but what the heck...
>> ActiveState Perl, on the Windows platforms, comes with a very nice
>> HTML-ified version of the POD documentation embedded in the library they
>> distribute with it.
>> Using ppm and cpan, I've since added more goodies to the /perl/site/lib.
>> Is there some way to invoke, e.g., Pod::Html's pod2html() to
>> automatically rebuild the HTML documentation, including *everything* now
>> in /perl/site/lib?
>> I see that /perl/bin/pod2html.bat seems to have batch-ified an
>> invocation of pod2html, but it doesn't seem to provide the requisite
>> default arguments.
>> Any suggestions?
> I'd love to be able to answer your question directly, but I don't have
> much experience with ActiveState Perl. My first suggestion would be to
> ask the local Perl Mongers list. If that doesn't work out for you, I'd
> try searching ActiveState's website for a FAQ or something else along
> those lines.
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