[Lazarus] Documentation rev33561

Hans-Peter Diettrich DrDiettrich1 at aol.com
Thu Nov 17 22:28:27 CET 2011

Felipe Monteiro de Carvalho schrieb:
> On Thu, Nov 17, 2011 at 2:19 PM, Hans-Peter Diettrich
> <DrDiettrich1 at aol.com> wrote:
>> Documentation is not winning an price for beauty, but for correctness and
>> usability.
> "[?] Does nothing." is neither correct nor useful.
>> If you don't like the [?] marks, then start replacing them by the
>> missing information.
> That's not a valid argument, they aren't there since day 1, you put
> them there.

Right, I put them in as ToDo marks.

> Everyone commiting to the lazarus subversion has only 1
> responsability: to fix regressions that he causes. And as I explained
> you are generating documentation regressions.
> Is it too much to ask?

WRT to documentation it looks to me that any question is too much. Look 
at my recent posts, and at the (missing) answers :-(

> I don't make such a big deal when I generate problems, I simply fix
> them. Generating problems is a normal part of development, but I don't
> understand why you refuse to fix the problems which you created.

In "normal" development everybody can create an bug report, when he 
finds an error or regression, and wait until it is fixed. When you tell 
me the exact places where you found regressions, these will move to the 
top of my ToDo list.


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