Subject: [Boost-docs] Quickbook - Spacing between text and code blocks
From: Paul A Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-08-16 13:24:12
I'm very, very pleased with the overall appearance of Quickbooks docs, especially with the new import feature so that much of the
text can be written into the C++ source - hyper cool!
(If you are not using it yet to write/update your Quickbook docs, you should be!)
But I am concerned that the resultant text and code blocks is taking a lot of space vertically.
This especially true if you have stuff repeatedly something like
This is some interesting code that prints hello:
cout << "Hello" << endl;
Now wasn't that useful?
to say it went OK.
In essence, there appears to be too much verical space *before* each code block outline, and perhaps too much before and after space
*within* the code block, as well.
The result is that you need to keep scrolling a lot as you read, and that it takes a *lot* a paper if you need to print it.
It this something that I/others/readers can/should control? Do others share this impression?
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