yelp-xsl (previously known as gnome-doc-utils) is a collection of documentation utilities for the GNOME project. Notably, it contains utilities for building documentation and all auxiliary files in your source tree, and it contains the DocBook XSLT stylesheets that were once distributed with Yelp. Starting with Gnome 2.8, Yelp will require gnome-doc-utils for the XSLT.
The test directory contains a number of tests for gnome-doc-utils. Directories of the form testdocn, where n is a positive integer, are skeleton source trees containing documentation, with the same layout that would be used by actual projects.
The testdocs directory contains the unit tests from docbook-testdocs, developed by Norm and Co. for the pan-galactic DocBook stylesheets. An additional README file is in that directory, giving instructions on extending or changing any of the files in gnome-doc-utils CVS.
The doc directory contains documentation for gnome-doc-utils. In most cases, gnome-doc-utils is required to build its documentation. Mechanisms are in place for bootstrapping.
The xslt directory contains all of the XSLT in gnome-doc-utils. Notably, the xslt/docbook directory contains the DocBook XSLT, and xslt/gettext contains the XSLT gettext utility for translating automatic text.
The sandbox directory is not DISTed, so it will only appear if you have a CVS checkout. It's a playground for new ideas.
The xml2po directory contains the xml2po tool developed by Danilo Segan for translation of arbitrary XML formats. It is used by gnome-doc-utils for DocBook translation.
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· eu (Inaki Larranaga Murgoitio)
· id (Andika Triwidada)
· ru (Yuri Myasoedov)