[lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?

subs at nas.co.za subs at nas.co.za
Tue Sep 3 17:03:10 EDT 2002

Yup, that will work, but I like Markku's Sugestion better.

Thanks Markku.

Danie Brink

----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael A. Hess" <mhess at miraclec.com>
To: <lazarus at miraclec.com>
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 10:46 PM
Subject: Re: [lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?

> subs at nas.co.za wrote:
> > Yes it will work, but could lead to changes not being accepted.
> Exactly, that is why I was going toward the online web page. Your
> documentation would be added immediately and there wouldn't be much of a
> chance of overlaping someone elses work.
> > Assigning documentation will be problematic becuase it will probably
lead to things
> > not being done at all.
> Totally agree. Again that was another reason for the above mentioned
> method. One could do as much or as little as they desired and other
> could fill in the holes.
> Also this method ties the documentation to the source code but allows
> others who might not be all that capable of helping with the development
> coding but could help with something like documentation. They do not
> need to get involved with the source or messing with CVS.
> > I am quite prepared to write a tool like this, if you can give me a
> > specification ?
> I'm not sure what you mean by 'tool'. You really wouldn't have to write
> any kind of tool persay. I would just give you the SQL dump of the
> database and you would load it into your database locally. You could add
> to the database and then inturn supply me with a database dump or for
> that matter I could set it up so that you could supply the SQL dump
> directly to the web site and have it automatically incorporated.
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