Subject: Re: [boost] Improving Boost Docs
From: Soul Studios (matt_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-08-15 01:13:52
> The only thing you have to learn is Quickbook and doxygen. I see nothing
> "ridiculous" in that. You can ignore boostbook/docbook completely.
From what I recall there were about 12 different dependencies you had
to set up in order to render anything from quickbook, with unclear
guidelines, and no standard path for authoring quickbook. At any rate, I
just thought I'd offer my impression as someone new to boosts doc
process. I'm not interested in an argument.
>> If there had been an insistence on a particular look-and-feel with a
>> supplied .css, I would've been fine with that. Instead I gave up.
> No one forces you to use Quickbook or doxygen. But your emotional
> response to both is very surprising.
I don't agree with that.