Subject: Re: [geometry] Boost.Geometry contribution tutorial
From: Samuel Debionne (samuel.debionne_at_[hidden])
Date: 2014-05-22 07:51:41
Thank you for this nice document ! I have been following it step by step
: very helpfull.
I had to
git fetch my_fork
after "Add new remote repository", but that's because I had already
started working with the fork outside modular boost.
Le 22/05/2014 13:16, Adam Wulkiewicz a Ã©crit :
> Menelaos Karavelas wrote:
>> Hi Adam.
>> On 22/05/2014 03:06 ÏÎ¼, Adam Wulkiewicz wrote:
>>> 2014-05-21 12:51 GMT+02:00 Adam Wulkiewicz <adam.wulkiewicz_at_[hidden]
>>> Barend Gehrels wrote:
>>>> This is a (very clear) technical description. I think we should
>>>> add one or two things in the section "Modify the branch":
>>>> It now contains /"At this point it's up to you what to do with
>>>> your new branch.//"/ which is fine.
>>>> But I think we should add some hint that if people create a new
>>>> feature, or a bugfix, or some parts for the docs, or an example,
>>>> it is often wise to consult the mailing list if that is a good
>>>> idea. Maybe other people are working on the same thing too. If
>>>> it is a larger feature it is good to post a sort of
>>>> implementation plan to check if the feature, and the
>>>> implementation, is what is expected.
>>> Thanks for the suggestion. I fixed it (and other minor things).
>>>> Also we should refer to the coding guidelines.
>>> Good idea, however for now the guidelines are only in the QBK
>>> form, right?
>>> We could think about moving them to the Wiki (or duplicate and
>>> keep in both places).
>> In the last code snippet, I would also add the DOXYGEN_NO_* macros.
> Ok so I'd like to move this tutorial to the wiki. To do this I need a
> place for pics.
> Do we also want to put developers guidelines and/or GitHub tutorial in
> the docs (which means putting the images somewhere in docs) or should
> they stay only in the Wiki (which means creating an empty branch 'wiki'
> and putting the images there)?
> I'd probably vote for option 2. Plus adding direct links to Guidelines
> and Contribution Tutorial in the README.
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