> tl-config options
> tl-run-rdesktop [options]
> tl-run-unixapp [arguments]
> tl-run-winapp [-D] [-T title] [arguments] windows-app [application arguments]
> tl-wfica [options] [connection file]
Fixed in r37553 for bug 4951.
There are some incorrect page-breaks in the PDF. One example is 'tl-ssh-all' in the "Commands in /opt/thinlinc/libexec"-section. The page-break is inbetween the command name and the corresponding description:
> This command is used to perform shell commands on all agents in a ThinLinc
> cluster. It works by running the ssh command against all agent servers in the
> cluster. When using this command, it’s convenient if password-less SSH login
> between the servers in the clusters has been set up.
This shouldn't happen.
Ooops. I wasn't using the proper syntax for definition lists. Directives allow (require?) a blank line there, but definition lists forbid them.
Should be fixed now. There were a lot of instances of this problem once you knew what to look for.
I still get a page break immediately after "Export - Printer" in the PDF in the Client configuration chapter. Shouldn't it just move that 'header' down to the next page?
Apparently that wasn't enough since rst2pdf has a known bug for definition lists:
However the fix seems trivial, so I don't know why they haven't done anything about it.
That should hopefully be the last thing and definition lists now work well.
Unfortunately the "PulseAudio applications" heading in the "Using Sound Device Redirection" section appears at the end of a page in the PDF. It should be put on the next page if no text from the paragraph can fit.
That is a general issue, so let's handle that on bug 4951.
(In reply to Pierre Ossman from comment #11)
> That is a general issue, so let's handle that on bug 4951.
Fair enough, that means we can close this. I have verified that we use the same style for all options and arguments in the TAG now. Looks good both in the PDF and in the HTML.