Please describe the problem.
Installing from git : local doc has no style. Unstyled local documentation is less easy to read than the one on http://git-annex.branchable.com/ .
What steps will reproduce the problem?
Follow steps in http://git-annex.branchable.com/install/fromsource/ . Open share/doc/git-annex/html/index.html in a browser. All text has same appearance. Style on branchable.com is minimal yet efficient (very good result-over-cost ratio).
What version of git-annex are you using? On what operating system?
commit c075b58d40f2745e4b79c54e24edf9b94748d7e9 Merge: 166d70d 455de2f Author: Joey Hess firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Fri Sep 30 19:52:14 2016 -0400
Merge branch 'master' of ssh://git-annex.branchable.com
(actually commit ade6ab403701b25a540ffee2fbaae89db4473a2c though it most certainly does not change any code)
OS is Debian 7.11 on AMD64.
Please provide any additional information below.
Copying style.css from branchable.com brings styling. Doc also refers to local.css which is only comments on branchable.com anyway.
Have you had any luck using git-annex before? (Sometimes we get tired of reading bug reports all day and a lil' positive end note does wonders)
Been trying shortly git-annex a few times. Considering to put some important stuff inside now (1Tb photos/videos). I love git-annex concept and believes that you Joey have the eye for details that make rock-solid software possible (I do that for a living). I've been using Unison for about 15 years. Unison is nice enough for sync if storage devices are mounted always on same machine in same directory. For source code history, I've been relying on git with great satisfaction (and seen quite a few git repos wrecked by a missing or corrupted file in .git, good job remote repos come to the rescue). Since git allows to change remote URLs at any time and just work, I believe git-annex will bring the best of both worlds. Also I love your style: everything not essential is just not added, preserving efficiency. Best way for a solid system is adding only what's necessary.