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[Bacula-devel] Bacula documentation
" I am not sure how the manual is generated, maybe adding version in
paranthesis after the option would be easy:
e.g. IgnoreDir (V3.0.0)
This way you only have to maintain one manual and if someone is reading a
manual and is using older version, he/she can easily make a decision
whether he/she should upgrade to the new version in order to use the new
I never cease to be amazed how easy it is to use the words "would be easy",
when yes, it is easy, but it is terribly time consuming.
After about two hours of working with LaTeX, I have put up a version of the
Concepts manual that has the version in the header on each page. I
personally prefer the old way of doing it, but if a majority of users prefer
seeing the version on each page, I will leave it. Note, however, that
this "easy" task will undoubtedly take another 4-6 hours to implement in all
the 7 Bacula manuals in each of the three languages.
If I don't hear some significant positive response for this new format, I will
put it back to the old format (section and chapter) in the next couple of
If anyone is tempted to make additional proposals, I will be happy to consider
them, but if you want them to be implemented, please include a note along
with your proposal that says you will implement it, and supply a patch that
corrects our English, German, and French manuals.
PS: Please, when responding to my Status messages, start a new thread, or at a
minumum do not include the French language email list in your response -- it
just floods them with English that not all of them understand. Thanks :-)
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