Re: New Debian Reference
On Mon, May 05, 2008 at 10:40:35AM +0900, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> On Mon, May 05, 2008 at 09:07:02AM +1000, Vincent.McIntyre@csiro.au wrote:
> > Hi Osamu
> >> Some good pointer list of tutorial contents will be nice. I solicit
> >> such thing for:
> >> * Perl
> >> * Python
> >> * C
> >> * C++
> >> * Tcl/Tk
> >> I also welcome comments from others.
> > Do you envision this as a few links to tutorials in each subsection or
> > one "tutorials" subsection on its own? The former seems better to me.
> > Perhaps you could do one as an example, so we can repeat that in the
> > other subsections.
> Basically I am thinking links.
> > The perl section should probably mention dh-make-perl as a nice way to
> > package perl modules that aren't already available in Debian.
> Description of this is not really for Debian Reference.
> That may be scope of topics for maint-guide or developer reference.
> > Similarly, for python, I would welcome an overview of how debian packages
> > python modules and what the canonical way to install python eggs is.
> > Python packaging has changed substantially for the better both in the
> > python community and within Debian in recent years.
> Same as above.
> > Is ruby used enough in Debian to justify being included in this chapter?
> I will add ruby to:
> It is as popular as Tcl/Tk.
As I read updated contents, I dropped code example since "99 Bottles of
Beer" was good external reference.
I readded packaging section (shortened) back.
I am updating html now.
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