From: David Abrahams (dave_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-26 13:12:11
Vladimir Prus <ghost_at_[hidden]> writes:
> Over time, a lot of users said it's hard to find information in V2 docs. I've
> now took the time to rearrange the docs a bit and would like to hear your
> I think there should be tutorial (which shows how cool V2 is), user manual
> (which has nice overview of all major functionality user will need and links
> to detailed docs), and reference (which might not be very nice to read from
> top to buttom and not very good structured, but still have all the details).
> The user manual will be structured into "configuration", "wrining jamfiles"
> and "build process" sections.
> I've tried to rearrange the manual, and the results are at:
> I'm very interested in your opinion on this approach to structure? Is it good,
> bad, or just as bad as the current docs?
I'd like to print it out and browse it on paper. Could you generate
a PDF (since you seem to be using BoostBook anyway)?
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