[CentOS-devel] Documentation Help

Tue Aug 25 23:50:06 UTC 2009
Manuel Wolfshant <wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro>

On 08/26/2009 12:41 AM, Tim Verhoeven wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 12, 2009 at 7:29 PM, Andreas Rogge<a.rogge at solvention.de> wrote:
>> I just hacked it together using wget and xslt. It is still quite rough,
>> but works.
>> Downloading can be done with wget -r -nH -np http://whatever/base/url/
>> However, there are css files missing then (wget doesn't follow @import
>> statements).
>> After that you can just apply the attached XSLT to remove the header and
>> add the disclaimer.
>> So far I only tested with the Deployment Guide. I wanted to know wether
>> that kind of solution is ok for you. If it is, I can probably create a
>> rather small script for mirroring and maintain it.
> Hi again,
> After being busy with some other stuff I had some time to look into
> this some more.
> First there is the issue that wget does not follow urls mentioned in
> CSS. Well, some good news here. The current development version of
> wget (1.12) has received support for it. I've tested and it indeed
> works. I can probably create a RPM for it if people are interested in
> this.
I've tried to quickly hack a rpm, but it seems that build requires a 
newer autoconf (2.61) than the one from C5 (2.59). I've tried to also 
rebuild for C5 the autoconf-2.63 from F11, but in turns this one 
requires m4 >= 1.4.7. I'll try to continue one of these days, if no one 
does it before me. In case anyone wishes to have a head start, my 
src.rpm for wget is at