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Re: [Muddleftpd-users] Documentation framework (fwd)

From: Beau Kuiper
Subject: Re: [Muddleftpd-users] Documentation framework (fwd)
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 09:04:53 +0800


I will look into these other systems, hopefully they do not require too much 
manual work to use :)

Beau Kuiper
On Tue, 15 Oct 2002 23:27, Joerg Jaspert wrote:
> Beau Alan Kuiper <address@hidden> writes:
> > I have included my ideas below, and I am wondering if the list would be
> > happy to work with such a system? If you don't like it, please speak up,
> > otherwise I will assume you don't mind!
> I speak up. :)
> > Specifications of quick and dirty document generator:
> > * Uses text files, one file per documentations section (so each directive
> > will have its own text file, and so on)
> Please not.
> Use a "high level" language for it, like SGML or XML Docbook DTD or
> texinfo (or latex). From that source you can generate plaintext, html,
> pdf, ps with some simple commands (a Makefile).
> From plain text input you cant do that in an easy way.
> Yes, I know that this is more work in the first place, but I think for
> the long-term its better to do this.
> I just added a task for that on the savannah project page. Feel free to
> add additional information there.
> Um well, savannah added 3 of them, i deleted two. Dont know why :)
> For everyone else here:
> Yes, you can join muddleftpd team even if you are no Coder. You see we
> need people doing the documenation stuff. :)

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