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-HOW-TO:  Compiling the Mercurial Book
-======================================
+Mercurial: The Definitive Guide
+-------------------------------
 
-This Mercurial Book is written in DocBook 4.5.
+Welcome to the source code for the book.  You can clone the definitive
+copy of the source tree using Mercurial as follows:
 
-The goal of this document is to give simple instructions to anyone who
-wants to compile this book into a useful format, like HTML or PDF.  It
-should state *exactly* which tools to use, and how to invoke them, in
-simplest terms.
+  hg clone http://hg.serpentine.com/mercurial/book
 
-Table of Contents:
+Here's a top-level tour of interesting directories:
 
-  I. PRIMER
- II. COMPILING THE DOCS
-III. HACKING ON THE DOCS
-
-I. PRIMER
-
-  DocBook has a tortured, confusing history.  Before you do anything,
-  take a look at Eric Raymond's excellent "DocBook Demystification HOWTO":
-
-      http://tldp.org/HOWTO/DocBook-Demystification-HOWTO/
-
-  It's very short and clears up many things.
-
-
-II. COMPILING THE DOCS
-
-
-1. Install XML DTD and XSL stylesheets for DocBook
-
-      % sudo apt-get install docbook-xml docbook-xsl
-
-2. Install libxml2-utils
-
-      % sudo apt-get install libxml2-utils
-
-3. Install graph drawing tools
-
-      % sudo apt-get install graphviz inkscape
-
-4. Install pdf support
-
-      % sudo apt-get install openjdk-6-jdk docbook-xsl-saxon libsaxon-java fop
-
-  The Makefile will actually invoke tools/fop/fop.sh, you should do
-  some trick, let fop's CLASSPATH include saxon.jar and docbook-xsl-saxon.jar .
-
-5. Make
-  Run 'make' for more details, for example:
-
-  * make all document(pdf, html and html-single for all languages)
-      % make all
-
-  * make english document(pdf, html and html-single for all languages)
-      % make LINGUA=en all
-
-  * make Chinese document(pdf, html and html-single for all languages)
-      % make LINGUA=zh all
-
-  * make Chinese pdf document
-      % make LINGUA=zh pdf
-
-III. HACKING ON THE DOCS
-
-In addition to everything in section II:
-
-
-1. Get a nice editing environment for SGML/XML.
-
-  This isn't strictly required, but it's nice when your editor
-  colorizes things, understands the DTD, tells you what tags you can
-  insert, etc.
-
-  If you use emacs, we recommend the PSGML major-mode.  Most free
-  operating systems package it, or its home page is here:
-
-      http://www.lysator.liu.se/projects/about_psgml.html
-
-  If you use vim, you might check out xmledit, at:
-
-      http://www.vim.org/scripts/script.php?script_id=301
-
-
-2. Get a validating parser.
-
-  Actually, if you have what you need to compile the documentation,
-  then you almost certainly have an XML validator installed already -
-  it is called xmllint, and comes as part of libxml2.
-
-  The makefile is preconfigured with a suitable invocation of it,
-  so simply run:
-
-      $ make validate
-
-3. Read about DocBook.
-
-  You'll want to get real intimate with a DocBook reference, such as
-  can be found at:  http://www.docbook.org/tdg/en/html/
+en        English-language content
+es        Spanish-language content
+examples  Miscellaneous example scripts
+tools     Old, largely unused conversion scripts
+web       Content and comment system for http://hgbook.red-bean.com/
+xsl       XSLT scripts for generating HTML
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