wwwdocs/htdocs/egcs-1.1/fortran.html

Jeffrey A Law law@hurl.cygnus.com
Fri Feb 26 22:39:00 GMT 1999


  In message < 19990227002311.24643.qmail@deer >you write:
  > I've just committed a substantially different version of this file.
  > The patch is probably too big to send.  The bottom of the new file
  > explains (somewhat) how it was generated.
  > 
  > Could HTML-aware people (like Dave Love) look it over and make sure
  > that, at least, it's no worse (for our purposes) than the previous
  > incarnation?  And, if there are any suggestions, please let me know.
Well, instead of trying to convert this thing to html by hand on a regular
basis why don't we use texi2html so that we only have a single news file
instead of trying to maintain a copy in the sources and another for the
web pages/


I'm not much of a cgi/perl guy, but try this.  I'm not proud of the cgi
source itself, but it's functional.


http://egcs.cygnus.com/cgi-bin/fortrannews


It will actually go into the cvs repository, check out the news.texi from
the fortran subdir, convert it into html, and display the result.



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