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Re: moving "guide" source into "ldap" module

Okay, I've updated modules to create
# OpenLDAP modules
openldap            pkg/ldap
openldap-src        pkg/ldap
openldap-doc        pkg/ldap/doc
openldap-man        pkg/ldap/doc/man
openldap-guide      pkg/openldap-guide
openldap-guide-doc  -d doc/guide pkg/openldap-guide
openldap-combined   pkg/ldap &openldap-guide-doc

# old module names
ldap            pkg/ldap
ldap-src        pkg/ldap
ldap-doc        pkg/ldap/doc
ldap-guide      pkg/openldap-guide
ldap-combined   pkg/ldap &openldap-guide-doc

After testing, we can delete 'openldap' and 'ldap' and
rename 'openldap-combined' to 'openldap' and rename
'ldap-combined' to 'ldap'.

At 12:08 PM 3/24/2005, Howard Chu wrote:
>Kurt D. Zeilenga wrote:
>>It's been suggested that we should minimally include
>>guide.html (and dependencies) in releases.  I'm thinking
>>that it might be best to include complete guide source
>>in the distributions as well.  This, I hope, would
>>lead to more documentation production activity...
>>as well as help us maintain version-specific guides.
>>So, I am considering moving /pkg/openldap-guide to
>>/pkg/ldap/doc/guide.  I'd fix up the module names
>>so that one could still grab just the guide.  But
>>with this renaming, it would be harder to do
>>a software source only checkout.
>>Guess I could play CVS module games.  That is,
>>create a module that combined source and guide
>>sources.  I know that's possible, but not familiar
>>enough with CVS modules to know precisely how
>>to specify this.  Specific suggestions here welcomed.
>This will work:
>Leave the guide where it currently is.
>Rename the current source-only ldap module to e.g. ldapsrc
>Here's a working example:
>ldapsrc pkg/ldap
>ldap-guide              pkg/openldap-guide
>subguide        -d doc/guide pkg/openldap-guide
>ldap    pkg/ldap &subguide
> -- Howard Chu
> Chief Architect, Symas Corp.       Director, Highland Sun
> http://www.symas.com               http://highlandsun.com/hyc
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