news in the cvs
bernhard at intevation.de
Wed Jul 13 12:11:31 CEST 2005
Am 13. Jul 2005 um 00:23:25 schrieb Jakson Aquino:
> Bernhard give me write access to cvs, and I made
> some changes in the Statist sources and
> documentation. The po files were also updated.
> In the new code that I wrote, the messages that
> should be in German are in English.
Can you post an overview, then maybe sombody can help with the translation.
> Regarding the documentation, I replaced the
> boxplot-en.png with boxplot-en.fig
Personally I prefer Skencil (www.skencil.org) over xfig these days.
Skencil can read .fig files.
> because it's
> easier to translate to other languages (I'll
> translate the manual into Portuguese). But now,
> pdflatex isn't including the picture in the
> final pdf file.
As far as I know you need to have an .eps and then
use epstopdf to make a figure go best with pdflatex.
Or use .png for images.
> I put the pdf files into the cvs because I think
> that some users might not have teTex and xfig
> installed, and these packages are necessary to
> compile the pdf files. I also added a Makefile
> to compile the pdf files.
Usually I refrain from putting non-sources into the CVS,
as they sometimes get out of sync.
Especially if developers do not have the necessary tools.
(Probalby only transfig.)
This is different from a tarball where a pdf should be included.
We could also directly offer a pdf manual for download somewhere.
Thanks for the great work you are putting into statist!
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