I need to modify an default Impress template to fix .
I guess, when I edit it in Impress, information like Author, last
changed etc. will be saved there.
I could unzip it, edit the xml and zip it again, but in both cases there
will be no meaningful diff, since it's a ZIP file.
Am 16.01.2013 13:54, schrieb Alexander Wilms:
> Hi Samuel,
> Wouldn't the commit message suffice to explain the changes?
> One thing one needs to do before committing is stripping language settings
> within the file with this script: solenv/bin/striplanguagetags.sh
I just tried to run that script on the updated template, and here's what
I got: http://pastie.org/5697585 >
> Are you fixing that for the 4.0 branch? I made some improvements to several
> impress templates and wonder whether I'd need reviews in order to commit
> them to 4.0
I'm fixing in Master, but it might be good to have it in 4.0 also. I'm
going to push it to Gerrit and let the others decide.
On Wednesday, 2013-01-16 18:22:03 +0100, Samuel Mehrbrodt wrote:
> >One thing one needs to do before committing is stripping language settings
> >within the file with this script: solenv/bin/striplanguagetags.sh
> I just tried to run that script on the updated template, and here's
> what I got: http://pastie.org/5697585
That script uses $CALLXSLTPROC to invoke an XSTL processor defined by
$XSLTPROC with some options and is/was only defined in the build system.
I just added a check to bail out if the variable is undefined instead of
attempting a wild try to execute the remaining command option..
I'm not sure though when it actually would be executed, it seems
CALLXSLTPROC was only set when one of the ZIP*STRIPLANGUAGETAGS targets
was defined in the old dmake system, but I don't find any place where
that would be the case now. It may have been forgotten when converting
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