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Linux Documentation Writer Wanted!
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The Oracle Linux and Virtualization Documentation Team is seeking an experienced Technical Writer
with a focus on writing documentation for the Oracle Linux product. (The MySQL Documentation Team is part of that group as well.)

Applicants should be located in either Ireland, the UK, …


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Linux Documentation Writer Wanted!
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The Oracle Linux and Virtualization Documentation Team is seeking an experienced Technical Writer
with a focus on writing documentation for the Oracle Linux product. (The MySQL Documentation Team is part of that group as well.)

Applicants should be located in either Ireland, the UK, …


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Using the MySQL Doc source tree
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I’ve mentioned a number of times that the documentation repositories that we use to build the docs are freely available, and so they are, but how do you go about using them?

More and more people are getting interested in being able to work with the MySQL docs, judging by the queries we get, and internally we sometimes get specialized requests.

There are some limitations - although you can download and access the docs and generate your own versions in various formats, you are not allowed to distribute or supply that iinformation, it can only be employed for personal use. The reasons and disclaimer for that are available on the main page for …

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Extending documentation formats and facilities using the Docbook base
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Back in July, we made an Eclipse documentation plug-in of the MySQL manuals available for users to download.

In truth, the Eclipse documentation format is actually just HTML; you have to combine the HTML with a plug-in manifest that details the documentation, version number etc so that the documentation is loaded and identified as a valid plug-in element when Eclipse is started.

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Docbook XHTML generation with tidy, chapter the third
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In chapter the first, I presented a way to install HTML tidy.

In chapter the second, I created a script to install the most recent version of tidy with a single command.

In this chapter, I will show you how to run tidy in a way that cleans up the HTML that was generated by Office™.

Docbook XHTML generation with tidy, chapter the second
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In Chapter the First, we presented a set of commands you could run to install HTML Tidy on your system.

In this chapter, we will present a script that you may run on your Linux or OS X system to install the most recent version of HTML tidy.

You may use subversion, wget, or your favorite browser to retrieve the most recent version of this tidy installer.

I'm writing a perl script using Commands::Guarded to automate what I did in the first article.

You may retrieve the source with wget, so:

$ wget -r …









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