Le Mon, Jul 19, 2021 at 08:26:23AM +0900, Jean-Christophe Helary a écrit :
One thing is that maybe using a full blown generic TeX convertor for texi file is a bit
too much. Maybe having a simpler texi dedicated process would ease the pain.
It sounds like a wonderful idea. I was not around when this texi
module was added to po4a, but I fully agree with you. It's ways too
complex and we should hack a little something instead. If the new,
simpler version is not able of dealing with all texi input files,
maybe we can keep both versions for a while? Given the state of the
existing module, I'm not even sure it's worth it.
The only problem is that I'm completely unable to participate to this
effort. I'm too short on time (plus, I leave for vacations tomorrow).
I think that an interested individual could look at the text, asciidoc
and markdown modules. I think that they are the most relevant here.
Plus, these modules were added more recently, so their contributors
are still available on this list and on IRC to answer questions.
If you plan to leverage an external tool to do the parsing for you
(but what tool would it be?), then you want to look at the Xml module
If you have any question, please do not hesitate. Others may answer
before I'm back (by mid-august).
You have a problem and you decide to use C++.
Now you have a ?Problem@@YAXHD@Z.