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[Bug 1114] New: exim-html tarball missing css, png's, and js

 

 

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tlyons at ivenue

May 16, 2011, 8:39 AM

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[Bug 1114] New: exim-html tarball missing css, png's, and js

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http://bugs.exim.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1114
Summary: exim-html tarball missing css, png's, and js
Product: Exim
Version: 4.76
Platform: All
OS/Version: All
Status: NEW
Keywords: work:small
Severity: bug
Priority: low
Component: Documentation
AssignedTo: nigel [at] exim
ReportedBy: tlyons [at] ivenue
CC: exim-dev [at] exim


When you extract the exim-html tarball, the html pages reference css in
locations such as:
../../../../common.css
../../../../doc/index.css

and image files such as:
../../../../doc/plus-12x12.png
../../../../doc/minus-12x12.png

and javascript files such as:
http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4/jquery.min.js
../../../../common.js
../../../../doc/index.js

Would it be possible to:
1) include these external files in the tarball
-- and if yes, then --
2) adjust the paths to something inside the tarball

In my personal case, I usually just have a ~/app_notes/exim/spec_html with the
most current version of the docs, and I frequently access it offline (hence
accessing jquery via google will not work in that case). Really I just want
the spec_html, but if I have to do the whole tree (4 levels deep), that's a
small price to pay.


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