From Fedora Project Wiki

(Book_Info.xml (or Article_Info.xml))
Line 18: Line 18:
 
</pre>
 
</pre>
  
Here, 14.0.0 signifies Fedora 14, edition 0.1.
+
Here, 14.0.1 signifies Fedora 14, edition 0.1.
  
 
<!-- when we automate publishing, we'll need to modify the publican config file because of this... -->
 
<!-- when we automate publishing, we'll need to modify the publican config file because of this... -->

Revision as of 23:48, 28 July 2010

When your book or article is ready to present in draft form on docs.fedoraproject.org, make the following changes before you publish:

Book_Info.xml (or Article_Info.xml)

  • Change the <productname> tag to Fedora Draft Documentation
  • Remove the contents of the <productnumber> tag and leave it empty.

The relevant lines should now look like this:

	<productname>Fedora Draft Documentation</productname>
	<productnumber></productnumber>

Optionally, if you plan to release the document for a particular Fedora release, include the Fedora release number in the the <edition> tag. For example, if you plan to release the book for Fedora 14, you would set:

	<edition>14.0.1</edition>

Here, 14.0.1 signifies Fedora 14, edition 0.1.


Publican.cfg file

  • Add the following lines to the book or article's publican.cfg file:
version: 0.1
web_version_label: UNUSED