[TYPO3-50-general] PDF version of FLOW3 reference
p.beernink at drecomm.nl
Wed Feb 11 10:57:33 CET 2009
On 11-02-2009 at 10:12 Karsten Dambekalns wrote:
> Hi Peter.
> Well, the plan was to be able to add the documentation for some packages
> to a combined book. Thus the FLOW3 documentation is not a book, but a
> We were looking for a way to split the documentation into the packages
> but at the same time keep the way to a "Definitive Guide to TYPO3v5" open.
> Better ideas? Volumes in a set of books? Simply seperate books?
Well, I think it kind of depends on which packages are to be combined in a
I could imagine that someone would only like to have the documentation of
for example Fluid, as he is only working on some views. In that case it
would make more sense to have separate books for each package and have some
sort of book collection which contains the documentation of the FLOW3
On the other hand, for a package like PHP6 would not make much sense to have
a separate book.
What might be an in between solution is to have a single Index.xml file
which is able to generate the 'book' for the specific Package, and have that
include chapters from other packages as well if needed.
That way the FLOW3 book can become a complete guide, and it is also possible
to have a book only on the TYPO3CR or Fluid.
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