- why are htmldocs for windows and htmldocs for linux different?
- please split htmldocs into several files (e.g. hlastdlib.html -> stdlib/{index,arrays,bits,...}.html)
- please check if there is a way to tune FrameMaker's html export, because this:
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036092"></A>HLA (High Level Assembler) Parser</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036093"></A>Copyright 2001, by Randall Hyde, all rights reserved.</P><P CLASS="Code">
<A NAME="pgfId-1036094"></A>Version Version 1.32 build 4895 (prototype)</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036095"></A>-t active</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036096"></A>File: t.hla</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036097"></A>&nbsp;</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036098"></A>Compiling &quot;t.hla&quot; to &quot;t.asm&quot;</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036099"></A>HLA (High Level Assembler)</P>
<P CLASS="Code">
<A NAME="pgfId-1036100"></A>Copyright 1999, by Randall Hyde, all rights reserved.</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036101"></A>Version Version 1.32 build 4895 (prototype)</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036102"></A>ELF output</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036103"></A>Using GAS assembler</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036104"></A>GAS output</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036105"></A>-test active</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036106"></A>&nbsp;</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036107"></A>Files:</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036108"></A>1: t.hla</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036109"></A>&nbsp;</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036110"></A>Compiling 't.hla' to 't.asm'</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036111"></A>using command line [hlaparse -v -sg -test &quot;t.hla&quot;]</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036112"></A>&nbsp;</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036113"></A>Assembling &quot;t.asm&quot; via [as -o t.o &quot;t.asm&quot;]</P>
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<A NAME="pgfId-1036114"></A>Linking via [ld -o &quot;t&quot; &quot;t.o&quot; &quot;/usr/hla/hlalib/hlalib.a&quot;]</P>[/SIZE]
is just an overkill

clone-d
Posted on 2003-07-08 01:53:06 by clone-d