Re: Documentation format for dak
On 13042 March 1977, Ansgar Burchardt wrote:
> The format should support output to HTML and man and support translations.
HTML sure, man ok, but what the heck do we need translation support for
> I do like human-readable formats so suggest going with either AsciiDoc
> or Sphinx. From a quick glance at two random documents, I find
> the AsciiDoc syntax a bit nicer, however using Sphinx might allow us to
> use the same format for API and other documentation (should we decide to
> switch from epydoc).
You know, seeing how much people are keeping the api doc up2date (only
when forced), do you really think it makes sense to switch that around?
> Are there any other formats to consider or other things to think of? Do
> you already have some experience with any of these formats?
I'm a big fan of org-mode, dislike docbook and am not sure if asciidoc
or sphinx is better, should we go to one of them.
> Output formats: HTML, LaTeX, man and others.
> Not sure about man, but it was said it's possible on IRC.
> Not sure about translation support.
It definitely does man too.
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