[Buildroot] [PATCH 1/4] manual: convert existing documentation to the asciidoc format

Luca Ceresoli luca at lucaceresoli.net
Mon Oct 3 16:49:55 UTC 2011

Hi Thomas,

I found a few minor issues that I report below.

In general, I really appreciate this job. BR is growing in features and
complexity, and a single HTML file is not enough anymore. Thanks!

Acked-by: Luca Ceresoli <luca at lucaceresoli.net>

Thomas Petazzoni wrote:
> +* *Makefiles for generic packages* (not using autotools): These
> +  are based on an infrastructure similar to the one used for
> +  autotools-based packages, but requires a little more work from the
> +  developer. They specify what should be done for the configuration,
> +  compilation, installation and cleanup of the package. This
> +  infrastructure must be used for all packages that do not use the
> +  autotools as their build system. In the future, other specialized
> +  infrastructures might be written for other build systems.
> +  We cover them through in xref:gentargets-tutorial[] and
> +  xref:gentargets-reference[].
> +

These links do not work.

In the HTML output the link is:
   <a href="#gentargets-reference">[gentargets-reference]</a>
but the target anchor is:
   <h4 id="_tt_gentargets_tt_reference"><tt>GENTARGETS</tt>

In the PDF I read:
   We cover them through in [?] and [?].

> +* *Makefiles for autotools-based software* (autoconf, automake,
> +  etc.): We provide a dedicated infrastructure for such packages, since
> +  autotools is a very common build system. This infrastructure<i>must
> +</i>  be used for new packages that rely on the autotools as their
> +  build system.<br/>We cover them through a
> +<a href="#autotools-tutorial">tutorial</a>  and a
> +<a href="#autotools-reference">reference</a>.</li>

Here are some remnants of the original HTML, I guess.
There are others here and there, but it's trivial to find them by
searching for "<". Most hits are like this one.


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