[Openmcl-devel] Documentation Questions

Gary Byers gb at clozure.com
Sun Aug 13 22:56:02 UTC 2006


The texinfo sources are in CVS in

:<access-method>:/clozure.com/publoccvs

in the module "website".

There's a (mostly) parallel website at

<http://newsite.openmcl.clozure.com>

A cron job updates the HTML on that site from the texinfo sources
once an hour or so.  (Some of the linke on the "newsite" site
may not work, but the idea is to have some fairly easy way to
see what things look like without clobbering the HTML on the
main site.)

A made a couple of passes through the texinfo sources several
weeks ago, trying to make things a little less PPC-centric and
to update a few things that were out-of-date; it needs more work
(ideally, a lot more work.)



On Sun, 13 Aug 2006, Andrew Shalit wrote:

> OK, it looks like openmcl.com/Doc/index.html is more current.  (It has
> documentation for the Linuxx8664 version.)  The texi file would still be
> useful (so I can regenerate the "one web page per node" version and
> update openmcl.com/Distributions/Documentation.html , among other things).
>
>
> Andrew Shalit wrote:
>> 1. Is the documentation at
>> http://openmcl.com/Distributions/Documentation.html#Documentation more
>> current than the documentation at http://openmcl.com/Doc/index.html ?
>>
>> 2. If so, where can I get a copy of openmcl_documentation.texi ?
>>
>> 3. Are there opinions on whether I should keep this in texinfo format
>> moving forward?
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