From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-24 18:51:25
On Mon, 25 Apr 2005 08:30:34 +0900, Darren Cook wrote
> >>>I'm not picking on you; everyone seems to do this. I find it
> >>>inconvenient to download a big archive just to browse the
> >>>documentation. That tends to prevent me from looking at things I
> >>>might examine otherwise -- your loss as well as mine. ...
> > It's not the size; it's the accessibility. I'm _really_ lazy: I don't
> > want to download-and-decompress the docs.
> I agree (not about Dave being lazy, about the importance of being
> able to follow a link directly to the first page of the docs).
> Especially for library reviews: I want to skim the intro and
> examples to see if I can justify trying to find time to review it.
I've wondered for awhile if we don't need the same sort of protocol for Boost
itself. That is, a document only download. Admitedly it's less important for
releases since you can just browse the website....
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