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From "Andy Lewis" <...@ascii27.net>
Subject Re: Documentation Format...
Date Tue, 19 Nov 2002 18:14:50 GMT

> On Monday 18 November 2002 12:42, Diana Shannon wrote:
>>. . .
>> However, remember SoC. Do we really want people (potential doc
>> contributors) without a lot of Java experience tweaking source files to add this
reference
>> info?
>
> Good point - I agree 100%, but OTOH I think it makes sense to keep the  components docs
in the
> same directories as the component code, to emphasize  their strong ties and make it clear
to
> developers that they have to  write/draft the reference docs.
>

definately agree.

> See David's proposal on this below, I think a combination of javadoc tags +  standalone
XML
> files will bring the most benefits at the least cost for these  reference docs.
>

can't picture where tohe cross ties are...but but I'm fine with it...

> On Monday 18 November 2002 10:41, David Crossley wrote:
>> I wonder if we can extract some minimal information from
>> javadoc tags and supplement that with an xml fragment in
>> an accompanying file, to build a -manpage.xml
>
> maybe automatically including the (filtered) javadocs info from the source  files into
the
> -manpage.xml files is the way to go for reference docs.

I guess I'm not sure what info would be best ot put into the javadoc info versus the XML....

>
> -Bertrand


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