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Here are some additional release notes for ibus-hangul.
Currently ibus-hangul 1.5.1 starts with Latin mode by default.
This setting can be changed in setup dialog, or use Toggle key "Shift+space" and "Hangul" to switch the Hangul mode.
I checked out fedora-docs/release-notes and run ./build.sh in master branch but ./public/* is not generated. Any ideas?
@fujiwara Did you see any errors on the command line?
@pbokoc No I don't see any errors:
sh -x ./build.sh
+ '[' Linux == Darwin ']'
+++ uname -s
++ expr substr Linux 1 5
+ '[' Linux == Linux ']'
+ echo ''
+ echo 'This build script is using Docker to run the build in an isolated environment. You might be asked for a root password in order to start it.'
This build script is using Docker to run the build in an isolated environment. You might be asked for a root password in order to start it.
+ sudo docker run --rm -it -v /home/tfujiwar/tmp/release-notes:/antora:z antora/antora --html-url-extension-style=indexify site.yml
I guess I might not install anything. I installed docker only and run systemctl start docker.
systemctl start docker
It works for me (I removed sudo though fwiw).
thx. I failed it in f28 but seems to succeeded it in f29.
I guess docker requires much disc space for the build since my f28 leaves 200MB only.
I created the pull request; https://pagure.io/fedora-docs/release-notes/pull-request/220
PR merged, thank you for your contribution!
Metadata Update from @pbokoc:
- Issue status updated to: Closed (was: Open)
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