From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-12 12:19:16
As far as writing documentation is concerned I found the the "standard"
boost position at:
To be very helpful. I think it goes a long way to providing a common look
and feel the boost docs. By providing a skeleton document for a boost
library it also saves a lot of work. I tried to follow it as closely as
possible for the boost serialization library.
I think the discussions around boost documentation should focus on how this
"document" document (meta-document?) should be updated. So it might
a) Be a little more specific re tutorial and reference documentation
sections. This is not quite as easy as one would first think as the
requirements for formatting/tables of overloads are different from from
function calls, etc.
b) Suggest a common navigation facility. I actually liked the navigation
pane used by the BOOST_PP library and have incorporated something similar in
the new serialization library documentation. I find it very helpful.
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