From: Robert Ramey (ramey_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-07-15 11:13:45
Vladimir Prus wrote:
>Jonathan Turkanis wrote:
>> I think Robert's menu is very effective, and was hoping it represented
>> a de facto relaxation of the no-script policy.
>>I have some reservation
>>1. It does not work very nice when image loading is turned off (as it is
>>2. It takes qutie a lot of screen space.
Hmm - on IE and Navigator I can slide the frame all the way to the right and
make the navigation window disappear. This also raise the question about
browsers that don't support frames. It would be my understanding that usage
of frames would also make documentation un-displayable on some browsers.
>I think it's probably better to somehow make all new libraries use
>If that's done, any presentation issues can be solved in one place. For
>example, I think there were already discussion about expandable TOC on the
>boost-doc failings list.
I would like to see one package done in boost book before we impose such a
requirement. When I go to the NightlyCVS link in the main boost page it
shows what looks like boost book generated main page (whose aesthetics I'm
not crazy about). When I click on one of the items it's a dead link. This
gives me the impression that boost.book is still in development and that
there are still too many pending issues to impose such a requirement.
> At all events, I'd prefer constistent look of all Boost library docs (and
> the ability to print them), to every author introducing something they
I think the boost documentation information www.boost.org is pretty good and
helps promote this idea. I think it should used as a starting point.
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