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From Andrew Grieve <>
Subject Re: Deleting Plugin Docs
Date Fri, 20 Dec 2013 16:40:51 GMT
Not in the short-term.

I think our docs should be easy enough to write such that all plugin
authors take the time to do it. To me, that means simple .md files.

Might be able to do more fancy things when we host on,
but for now, it's just github's .md formatting.

On Fri, Dec 20, 2013 at 11:00 AM, Wargo, John <> wrote:

> Andrew,
> Will you be processing the plugin docs so they generate the pages like
> they used to?  Being able to click and link around within a particular
> plugin's doc is super helpful.
> John M. Wargo
> Twitter: @johnwargo
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [] On Behalf Of Andrew
> Grieve
> Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 10:40 PM
> To: dev
> Subject: Fwd: Deleting Plugin Docs
> This is now done! Woo! No more having plugins code separate from their docs
> (I hear we might even get tests to live within plugin repos in the next
> while too!).
> I tried to be diligent, but it's possible I made mistakes along the way.
> You can see the result on the edge version of the docs:
> There's a new "Plugins API" page, and all of the plugin docs are moved into
> the respective repos within a doc/ file.
> Some of doc/ files are fairly large, and to help with that I
> attempted to remove some of the repetition that I found: Quick Examples vs.
> Full Examples, Overviews vs Descriptions (in cases where they were saying
> the same thing).
> Also - for the file API, I just wrote to refer to the FileSystem spec for
> the API and copied over only the Cordova platform quirks. This will be a
> bad offline experience, so I'm not 100% convinced that was the right thing
> to do, but wow is that file big if you were to copy over all of the
> documentation!

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