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From Per Einar Ellefsen <>
Subject Re: reorganizing the /docs docsets
Date Thu, 04 Jul 2002 14:28:46 GMT
At 11:12 04.07.2002, Stas Bekman wrote:
>we really need to be able to link to /docs/2.0/, /docs/1.0/, etc. which 
>currently we cannot. So this is something we have discussed with Per Einar 
>and wanted to involve you in this discussion:
> >> [Per Einar: the link to /2.0/ won't work as it's not a docset :)]
> >>
> >> Should we make it as a such? I think it'll pay off in the long run,
> >> even though you will have to make one more click...
> >
> > Yep, I agree. Well actually I was hoping to be able to have it like
> > this: 2.0 a docset, so with index.html, and in docs/ have links to the
> > 2.0 docsets so that docs/index.html stays like it is now.
>that's doable. But it won't be so smooth. Since I don't want to make 2.0 , 
>1.0 and general docsets hidden, they will get automatically linked from 
>/docs/index.html, do you think it'll be ok to have both links to the 
>parent docsets and their child docsets on the same index.html? what I mean 
>is that we can use links => [] to link to the 'docs' docset's 
>grandchildren, but the link to the children docsets will be there too, so 
>we will end up with:
>but won't that be confusing?

Yes, I agree, it'll all be confusing. I guess I prefer your first option: 
making 1.0 and 2.0 docsets and having one more level of nesting.

Per Einar Ellefsen

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