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On Thu, Feb 22, 2001 at 05:34:25AM +0900, Dave Thomas wrote:
> I _could_ but I'm not sure you'd be able to use it. It's wired into
> our environments (for example lib_net_pop assumes a certain pop user
> is set up). Aleksi had a boatload of problems running the part of the
> build that executes the Ruby code and substitutes the results back
> into the document.

I figured as much...

> Do people really, really want it. Totally unsupported?

I'd still be interested in it.  Partly for the Ruby, and partly to
look at the techniques used in formatting the book. :)  I'm a big
LaTeX fan as well!

thanks,

-- 
Josh Huber

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