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From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-11-15 01:56:38

Hello all,
  I've improved the DocBook-based reference documentation a bit more. Changes
& new features:
  - Ability to use the Docbookesque <classname>foo</classname> to create a
link to the class named "foo" (as defined in a reference section) within
text, function signatures, etc.
  - Better support for syntax highlighting
  - Better support for man pages

The current HTMLized version of the Boost.Function docs (incomplete, but
getting closer...) is here:

The man pages (very much improved!) are available here:

Is this the way we want to go with documentation? Should we explore other
options (e.g., LaTeX) further, or is there any other part of the system we
need to see working before we can choose? We need a better documentation
solution for Boost, but if developers think we are going the wrong way and
won't use it (and don't speak up), then the situation is dire indeed.


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