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Comment:Markdown tweak for Fossil's renderer
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User & Date: tangent 2020-07-10 20:14:14
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2020-07-10
20:35
Added explicit mysql_library_init() calls from the tests that do quoting and escaping to avoid a crash in newer MariaDB versions which apparently delay doing this until you create a connection. (Thus why none of the examples fail on modern MariaDB versions.) It's basically the same patch as in the forum request [44684af1fd], but with comment and whitespace fixes. check-in: d8def9fe7b user: lukemewburn tags: trunk
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Markdown tweak for Fossil's renderer check-in: e9f50a9293 user: tangent tags: trunk
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Edit pass on README.md check-in: 7df3201d4f user: tangent tags: trunk
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# Overview

The user manual is written in XML DocBook format, version 4.4.  It uses
the official DocBook XSL stylesheets, and will build with versions at
least as far back as 1.69.1.  (Why these versions?  They're what comes
with CentOS 5, the oldest system I still build this manual on.)

To make the HTML version of the user manual, just type `make` or `make
html` in this directory.  To make the PDF version of the manual, say
`make pdf`.  To make both versions, say `make all`.



The most likely cause of build failures is not having the right
processing programs installed.  The DocBook processing model looks
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# Overview

The user manual is written in XML DocBook format, version 4.4.  It uses
the official DocBook XSL stylesheets, and will build with versions at
least as far back as 1.69.1.  (Why these versions?  They're what comes
with CentOS 5, the oldest system I still build this manual on.)

To make the HTML version of the user manual, just type `make` or
`make html` in this directory.  To make the PDF version of the manual,
say `make pdf`.  To make both versions, say `make all`.



The most likely cause of build failures is not having the right
processing programs installed.  The DocBook processing model looks
like this: