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Re: [GNUe] New GNUe Documetation

From: chafar
Subject: Re: [GNUe] New GNUe Documetation
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 22:03:29 +0100
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El vie, mar 19, a las 00:45:32 James Thompson escrib?a:
> I've  started expanding the GNUe Common developers guide. It seemed like as 
> good a place as any to start as it is at the core of all existing GNUe 
> applications.  It is also very handy tool that developers can use today in 
> their own applications.  

Yes, I'm beginning with both GNUe and python, so I've decided to do just
with data interface, playing with little console utilities. That's why
I'm specially interested on this. Thanks.

> The following are the areas a touched on.....
> ...
> You can find the updated guide in the gnue common section of our new website 
> under it's documentation section.

I see, pdf format. I've been all the day bussy wiht XSL sheets to make
HTML versions from xsw files on the packages, because I'd like having
all possible documentation available from firefox tabs when I work. In
fact, you can see a preliminary, still without CSS, vesion here:
I wonder if you still use xsw file as source and, if so, you could make
it available, or send me a copy.

Of course, XSL sheets could be usefull for the project, and, if so, I
will be pleased collaborating in it.

> I am not a writer so i would appreciate any feedback or ideas regarding 
> improving the structure.
> We have also added links to our automatically generated API documentation.  
> Since last October we have been slowly adding python docstrings to our code 
> for processing by epydoc ( ). 
> These docs can now be accessed from each tool's page
> where TOOL is one of the following.
> appserver  common  designer  forms  integrator  navigator  reports

Broken at the moment, for common, at least.

> ...

Jos? Esteban
Granada - Spain

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