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Subject: RE: CIPE Documentation
From: Gavin Pyle <gavinp,AT,onecdi,DOT,com>
Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2000 23:59:41 +0100

Thanks I think that is going to work. However, I get the "Can't find
./options.t" error. I think I need to compile the source in order to create
the "options.t" file??? So now my question is... Where should the source be
unpacked? (what directory is the default directory)  

-----Original Message-----
From: Blair Lowe [mailto:Blair.Lowe,AT,compeng,DOT,net
Sent: Thursday, December 28, 2000 2:36 PM
To: Gavin Pyle; CIPE (E-mail)
Subject: Re: CIPE Documentation

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Hi,

I never liked the texinfo stuff either. It does not translate into
other documents that well, and for non-mathematicians, tex is a
little much to learn when you are trying to connect a VPN.

Besides my insignificant grip, however, I love cipe. Good work Olaf!

Try:

texi2html /usr/doc/cipe-{version}/cipe.info

If you don't have texi2html, then get the tetex-1.0.6-7 package:

(texi2html comes from the package:)

#rpm -qf `which texi2html`
tetex-1.0.6-7

Blair.

At 11:32 -0800 2000/12/28, Gavin Pyle wrote:
Hello all,

This is going to give away what a linux newbie I am, but oh well.
What editor do I read the texinfo document in? Every editor I've
tried doesn't understand the tags and just prints them as text. Or is
there an HTML version of the help docs somewhere???

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