[Mono-list] About documentation

yoros@wanadoo.es yoros@wanadoo.es
Tue, 10 Dec 2002 06:42:15 +0100

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On Mon, Dec 09, 2002 at 11:52:23PM -0500, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> Hello,
> > I want to contribute MONO with any thing that I could do for it. I don't
> > know where to start and I think that write a few class-api-docs would be
> > the best thing that a mono-begginer like me can do.
> >=20
> > When I saw the cvs snapshot of mono, monodoc, etc... I didn't found any
> > document, can anybody tell me where are the documents? what can I do?
> The status of the documentation is basically that we have set down on
> using the ECMA XML schema for documenting.  The only change is that we
> have one file per class to be documented instead of a big file with
> everything.
> The documentation is on module `monodoc', but we lack a complete editor
> or a documentation browser.  If you do not mind entering the data
> manually (which is not that difficult), you could help in the
> documentation effort.

Yes, I don't mind to manual-write the files but I looked for examples
(documents written yet) and I didn't found any. Alejandro told me to
write Duncan but I don't know his e-mail.

Sorry for my question-full mails but I'm beggining with this,


Pedro Martinez Juli=E1
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