[Mono-docs-list] Re: [Monodoc Patch] Implementation of a
command line installer for monodoc.
Hector E. Gomez Morales
Tue, 26 Oct 2004 02:50:42 +0000
For the core and mayor mono projects the method of asking request for a
node and/or hierarchy is enough, but for like I said third party
proyects or homemade it isn't enough.
I think one way to maintain order and coherence is to have a base
hierarchy (thinking like a gnome-menu type) where the various node is
splitted to several nodes like: GUI API, Multimedia API, etc then you
add the documentation to the right node. Flexibility and order ;).
Right now adding new documentation is a chore, assemble the file then
modifying some obscure files to have monodoc show your work I think it
coul be easier, many times I see in the lists how to make docs and how
to install them in monodoc.
On Tue, 2004-10-26 at 00:56 -0400, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > To install new documentation inside Monodoc one has to modify
> > monodoc.xml and create a corresponding node, then create a source file
> > for the documentation and finally copy the source file, zip file and
> > tree file inside the sources directory in monodoc path or if you had cvs
> > access insert you node inside monodoc.xml.
> Am pondering the patch, but only because the point of the monodoc.xml
> file was that we would create a hierarchy that made sense, so people
> should be encouraged to send their requests, as opposed to have every
> application add just another menu entry everywhere.
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