|Subject:||Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Contributing to the Paparazzi project - Beginner questions|
|Date:||Thu, 12 Sep 2013 22:05:58 +0200|
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Am 12.09.2013 19:09, schrieb Felix Ruess:
Do you mind if I add the highlighting?
:) I didn't really notice that the description of a module can be found in the code documentation (doxygen docs) too!
Is it a good idea to just have the module documentation in the doxygen docs and then just add a link in the wiki to the respective doxygen page for a module?
Imho it would be great to have both, since the wiki has pictures/figures.
Ok. I add a tutorial when my plane finally flies without crashing :)
Yesterday I enjoyed `tree VS. bixler` ... guess who won :D
Ok, I didn't know that.
Hm. Since I'm new to paparazzi, I'd like to gain more XP first.
Sure, I could write the generic macro and some parser/doxygen magic to generate the list, but I still have limited experience with the code to sufficently test it afterwards.
For example, to use ppz I had to install python (well, python was already installed), tcl-dev and ocaml-*.
Paparazzi uses afaik four 'programming' languages (python, tcl or it's libraries, C, ocaml) or more!?
Additionally I had to install XML parsers for python and ocaml.
Thus I thought that there are redundancies I could help to get rid of...
But: From your answer to my rather provocative question, I get that I should learn more about ppz before.
If I find something I think can be done using another lib that's already in use, I'll write the necessary code and let you know.
Sorry, I did not mean to be rude!
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