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Fri Apr 15 12:53:10 CEST 2005
Michael Scharkow schrieb:
> NO, I agree with Kasper that documentation does not belong into TER, not
> one bit. I would like a completely separate doc infrastructure, so I can
> write and manage docs without messing with extensions, as I have to do
> now. A simple reference to
> http://documentation.typo3.org/extensions/extkeyxxx should be sufficient
> to download docs to your local T3 installation.
There is no decrepancy!
- seperate infrastruture
-- one for package-management + downlading
-- one for online viewing/editing/translating/commenting + download in
- have base-format of a doc in TER (so you download it and convert it to
various formats like pdf, html, .... client-side)
- docs in TER only
One thing is downloading code & doc with one tool (EM, managemtent!) and
integrating it as read-only in a running installation for example. Plus
setting up an initial doc in the process of new extension -> kickstarter
The other is getting non-dev people to help in writing docs in a
straightforward and easy way.
But a simple reference is not enough in my eyes...
I agree in you timetable.
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