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Re: [MiNT] Bugtracker

On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 10:16 AM, Rob Mahlert <rmahlert@charter.net> wrote:
> Paul Wratt wrote:
>> On Sat, Jan 2, 2010 at 2:09 AM, Mark Duckworth
>> <mduckworth@atari-source.org> wrote:
>>> It may not be so easy.  I know the current site is generated by perl
>>> scripts.  At least the package portion.  It's possible the perl scripts
>>> touch other things.  And I don't know who updated the design most
>>> recently.
>>>  Definitely if you change the design than the perl scripts must be
>>> changed
>>> to match.
>> I have no problem with Perl, especially if is just layout changes, and
>> the as far as SpareMiNT goes it was more about aesthetics and updated
>> content, and linking in more of the new stuff (up and coming).
> I updated the perl scripts last time.  The main change was to make the
> script output to php with a newer 'theme'. It was just a start to get
> something new up and running and then to update the docs. I was hoping to
> get some help updating the docs.. but nothing happened.
> It's a very simple to understand perl script and it's in the cvs if anyone
> wants to make changes.
> Rob Mahlert
I will do this, and I am happy to handle the docs also. If I can get
some of those other web sites/pages entioned else where, it will make
it the process easier, especially when using search engines online.

Doing the docs will also help with building/linking a cross-reference,
and page or source specific indexes.

let me get through this load of emails, I am having problems with
attention spans at the moment, some days I am not able to work more
than a couple of hours tops (I am seriously sick atm), but I dont have
anything else on my plate, except Atari, MiNT, ARAnyM, AFROS, XaAES,
MyAES, TOS v5, etc, so I can make headway quite quickly when I am able
to work.