[lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?
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subs at nas.co.za
Tue Sep 3 17:30:01 EDT 2002
The reason I like Markku's idea is that I could still write my tool and then
I could sync at work.
I think however that we've hammered it enough. I will do the documentation
any way I can. Thanks.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael A. Hess" <mhess at miraclec.com>
To: "Lazarus-List" <lazarus at miraclec.com>
Sent: Tuesday, September 03, 2002 11:18 PM
Subject: Re: [lazarus] Anyone want to help with documentation?
> Markku Niskanen wrote:
> >>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
> > Why make it this complicated? If the material is already in a MySQL
> > database all that is needed is a bunch of PHP scripts to get direct
> > to the database with updates/inserts. If the records contain timestamps
> > everybody could be able to check the versions as well. Restricting
> > with login/password is no problem, either, I've done it.
> > Dumping the database to several people and returning the changed
> > data will become a mess if there are more than one people involved.
> Somehow this has gotten all confused.
> I AM writing the direct access to the MySQL database via PHP and a web
> page. This is to allow for anyone to do dynamic updates to the
> documentation database. That was never an issue. This is being done.
> However, Danie Brink asked the following question:
> "Could a tool be written to create documentation localy" ... "I only
> have a internet connection at work, and at my friend for now."
> All of the SQL dump stuff was for his and ONLY his benefit to allow him
> to work OFFLINE.
> The main database work is to be done ONLINE.
> Are we straight on this now???
> Now Danie I am confused by your response.
> > "Yup, that will work, but I like Markku's Sugestion better."
> Markku's suggestion is what I original stated in my first email. You
> said that you don't have internet access and that is why I was mention
> the other things for you. Are you now saying that you have no problem
> updating the database from the internet?????
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