Re: Docs format
On Fri, Aug 04, 2000 at 12:13:54PM -0500, Cowboy wrote:
> I understand that the standard is info files, a reader which I've yet to
> get working before a new version come out, or an update to a system,
> which renders the working version broken, and the documents unreadable,
> or with great difficulty at best.
Have you ever looked at the info files in /usr/info (or /usr/shre/info)
with a standard pager or text editor? You'd be surprised.
> Anyhow, I believe this is off-topic, and already decided.
Thanks for noting. We shold let this thread die now, and either move on to
other stuff, or actually write documentation instead meta-discussing it.
Hey cowboy, if you write up some decent docs in ASCII, I will convert them
to texinfo for you :)
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