From: Christopher Currie (Christopher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-04 15:28:25
Vladimir Prus wrote:
> Douglas Gregor wrote:
>>On Tuesday 03 February 2004 05:24 pm, Christopher Currie wrote:
>>>What we *may* end up doing is tweaking the stylesheets to create a
>>>different L&F. I'm pretty sure the existing stylesheets are designed to
>>>follow some Boost guidelines, but Zbynek's layout got some good reviews,
>>>so if possible we'd like to modernize them a little.
>>If you happen to come up with a slick new look & feel that we can apply to
>>BoostBook, I wouldn't mind :). I'm actually a bit envious of Spirit's docs,
>>which look _very_ nice, but not envious enough to actually try to duplicate
>>what they've done :)
> I too find Spirit docs to be very nice. I actually think it would be nice to
> go ahead and steal at least the navigation arrors ;-)
> As for other elements: like gradient background of examples, and so on, I just
> have no idea how it's implemented and how hard it's to steal.
I don't either, but I'm willing to dive in and see...
Joel, any objection to BoostBook "borrowing" the Spirit docs template?
Does Spirit use any document generator, or are they maintained by hand?
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