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reply "Matthew" <admin.hat stlsoft.dot.org> writes:
If anyone's feeling philanthropic, I wanted to ask a favour.

Basically, I'd like you to download the new Open-RJ (v 1.3.2) -
http://openrj.org/ - that I updated yesterday with new 
test programs and changed documentation, in answer to some criticisms for Rajiv
Bhagwat on the discoverability of the 
code, and let me know if any of that seems promising in terms of how STLSoft's
documentation might be improved.

In looking for STLSoft bits of documentation to compare, please check out the
ACESTL components, which received a 
reasonable amount of effort in the 1.8.3 preparation process. It's likely to be
as good as any other STLSoft 
documentation (which may not be saying much, of course).

If you don't think that that's suitable for STLSoft - since it's not a single,
simple, library, but a collection of 
disparate libraries - do you have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance

Matthew
May 25 2005
parent reply "Pablo Aguilar" <paguilarg hotmail.com> writes:
OpenRJ's website still says "Current Version 1.0.1". Downloads page is ok...

"Matthew" <admin.hat stlsoft.dot.org> wrote in message 
news:d73ru7$1s0a$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 If anyone's feeling philanthropic, I wanted to ask a favour.

 Basically, I'd like you to download the new Open-RJ (v 1.3.2) - 
 http://openrj.org/ - that I updated yesterday with new test programs and 
 changed documentation, in answer to some criticisms for Rajiv Bhagwat on 
 the discoverability of the code, and let me know if any of that seems 
 promising in terms of how STLSoft's documentation might be improved.

 In looking for STLSoft bits of documentation to compare, please check out 
 the ACESTL components, which received a reasonable amount of effort in the 
 1.8.3 preparation process. It's likely to be as good as any other STLSoft 
 documentation (which may not be saying much, of course).

Will do... in a while..
 If you don't think that that's suitable for STLSoft - since it's not a 
 single, simple, library, but a collection of disparate libraries - do you 
 have any suggestions?

 Thanks in advance

 Matthew

Pablo
May 26 2005
parent "Matthew" <admin stlsoft.dot.dot.dot.dot.org> writes:
"Pablo Aguilar" <paguilarg hotmail.com> wrote in message 
news:d75h7j$7fv$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 OpenRJ's website still says "Current Version 1.0.1". Downloads 
 page is ok...

I know. Greg was handling the website, but has been busy, and I'm too stupid to work out how to update webpages on SF.net. You're _most_ welcome to join the project, and help out ...
 "Matthew" <admin.hat stlsoft.dot.org> wrote in message 
 news:d73ru7$1s0a$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 If anyone's feeling philanthropic, I wanted to ask a favour.

 Basically, I'd like you to download the new Open-RJ (v 1.3.2) - 
 http://openrj.org/ - that I updated yesterday with new test 
 programs and changed documentation, in answer to some criticisms 
 for Rajiv Bhagwat on the discoverability of the code, and let me 
 know if any of that seems promising in terms of how STLSoft's 
 documentation might be improved.

 In looking for STLSoft bits of documentation to compare, please 
 check out the ACESTL components, which received a reasonable 
 amount of effort in the 1.8.3 preparation process. It's likely to 
 be as good as any other STLSoft documentation (which may not be 
 saying much, of course).

Will do... in a while..

Nice one.
May 26 2005