Subject: [ggl] [doc] New draft of Reference based on Doxygen-to-Boostbook
From: Mateusz Loskot (mateusz)
Date: 2010-09-10 17:43:02
On 10/09/10 11:55, Barend Gehrels wrote:
>> So yes, we can do it like that. The only problem I have with it is if
>> there are many situations (intersection), there will be a long list of
>> complete programs there, all having the same int main() etc.
> To show that I uploaded the new (slightly adapted) version, e.g. here
> <http://bit.ly/apVxuV> These samples are actually just showing the same
> thing twice, but for different geometries, so do not say so much. But
> sometimes it is useful to have more than one.
I'll check it when I land at home (I'm replying sitting in plane to Poland).
> By the way, like cplusplus.com, they list also the output which I like.
> What is the best way to do this with QuickBook? On the Quick Start page
> I use a screendump, but that is probably not the best and most
> convenient way.
I agree. It's a good idea and it will allow users to confirm
I would rather avoid screenshots because they are not convenient for
maintenance as well as screenshots usually look platform-specific.
I think we can just copy & paste output from terminals and paste
it to the documentation. I'm quite sure Quickbook provides tools to
properly format programs output e.g. using dedicated font face, etc.
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