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tar of Phrogz Pickaxe (aka YAPV) - Ruby

I haven't gotten to clean up the Index like I had wanted to, but I figured this was overdue anyhow, so: http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby/ProgrammingRuby_20040216.tar.bz2 http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby/ProgrammingRuby_20040216.tar.gz (330k and 430k respectively) is an HTML-only version of what's at http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby, along with some client-side JS to replace the ASP, allowing the deframing and reframing to work properly. Once (if) I get a real Index built, I'll let you know :) -- (-, /\ \/ / /\/...

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    Default tar of Phrogz Pickaxe (aka YAPV)

    I haven't gotten to clean up the Index like I had wanted to, but I
    figured this was overdue anyhow, so:

    http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby/ProgrammingRuby_20040216.tar.bz2
    http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby/ProgrammingRuby_20040216.tar.gz

    (330k and 430k respectively)

    is an HTML-only version of what's at http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby,
    along with some client-side JS to replace the ASP, allowing the
    deframing and reframing to work properly.


    Once (if) I get a real Index built, I'll let you know :)

    --
    (-, /\ \/ / /\/
    Gavin Guest

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    Gavin Kistner <com> wrote in message news:<mNcYb.332945$xy6.1631429attbi_s02>... 

    "Greetings, Earthling. I am Tar, of Phrogz. Take me to your leader."

    (Sorry, couldn't resist) :-)

    But more seriously...
    Great work! I was a little confused though, as to which file to open.
    index.html is the traditional starting point, but this file just
    contains the table of contents frame. It took a little while to figure
    out that frameset.html is the main file to open.
    Karl Guest

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    Karl von Laudermann wrote: 

    Yeah, I probably should change that. Next release :)
    --
    (-, /\ \/ / /\/
    Gavin Guest

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    Gavin Kistner wrote: 

    Great work.

    I am curious whether this was done by hand or if you have
    XSLT/scripts/etc doing it.

    The reason I ask is because I've wanted like to create something similar
    for an (half-way) translated version, but never found the time (and got
    lost, over-engineering it while planning :P).

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    Kent Guest

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    On Feb 17, 2004, at 1:49 PM, Kent Dahl wrote: 

    For 1.5 weeks I was a converting machine, full of find/replace goodness.

    I was going to do XSLT, but there was tons of markup like:

    paragraph 1
    <p />
    paragraph 2
    <p />
    paragraph 3

    And nasty table-based layout for the code samples.



    Gavin Guest

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    Hi!

    * Karl von Laudermann: 

    Great xover :-> For those who don't know it:

    At about the same James Tiberius Kirk and his crew boldly went where
    no man had gone before the black-and-white spaceship 'Orion' took off
    in Germany. They were confronted with aggressors from outer space -
    the Frogs.


    Josef 'Jupp' SCHUGT
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    http://oss.erdfunkstelle.de/ruby/ - German comp.lang.ruby-FAQ
    http://rubyforge.org/users/jupp/ - Ruby projects at Rubyforge
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    Germany 2004: To boldly spy where no GESTAPO / STASI has spied before


    Josef Guest

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    Gavin Kistner <com> wrote in message news:<mNcYb.332945$xy6.1631429attbi_s02>... 

    Suh-weet!

    This is a gorgeous layout. Good job!

    (The rest of your site is pretty nice, too)

    --- SER
    Sean Guest

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