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digitalmars.D - A first test for my new doc wiki

reply Markus Dangl <danglm in.tum.de> writes:
Hi again,

i've coded a bit of PHP now and i wanted to test it a bit.
Feel free to go to http://quit-clan.de/docwiki/ and edit any page you 
want. I'm just curious if this system may become better than what the 
doc is currently maintained in.

If you got any ideas or bug reports, please reply to me by EMail - the 
doc wiki doesn't have any rollback function yet, so notes to the 
documentation there may get lost :)

Sorry Walter for ripping your documentation, i just did this for testing 
the software (i want it to be capable of handling the current 
documentation). I don't plan to copy the current doc, i plan to write a 
new one in the new wiki soon.

Greetz,
Markus
Jan 04 2005
next sibling parent reply "Charles" <no email.com> writes:
Looks great!

When can we add content to it ?

Charlie

"Markus Dangl" <danglm in.tum.de> wrote in message
news:cregpn$2dvr$1 digitaldaemon.com...
 Hi again,

 i've coded a bit of PHP now and i wanted to test it a bit.
 Feel free to go to http://quit-clan.de/docwiki/ and edit any page you
 want. I'm just curious if this system may become better than what the
 doc is currently maintained in.

 If you got any ideas or bug reports, please reply to me by EMail - the
 doc wiki doesn't have any rollback function yet, so notes to the
 documentation there may get lost :)

 Sorry Walter for ripping your documentation, i just did this for testing
 the software (i want it to be capable of handling the current
 documentation). I don't plan to copy the current doc, i plan to write a
 new one in the new wiki soon.

 Greetz,
 Markus

Jan 04 2005
parent Markus Dangl <danglm in.tum.de> writes:
Charles schrieb:
 Looks great!
 
 When can we add content to it ?
 
 Charlie

I want to implement an authentification and a rollback system first... then we can start to add content. I don't want get the docs screwed up by accident :)
Jan 04 2005
prev sibling parent reply "Lynn Allan" <l_d_allan adelphia.net> writes:
Looks promising! Thanks!

I was able to make an edit to a page, and the revision seems to be
"sticky". Super!

Something to consider ... can you keep the left side links (TOC)
available as "inner" pages are selected? (Similar to an html
frameset?).

e.g., when I look at "Major Goals of D", I have to use "Home", "Up",
or the "Back Arrow" to return to the top-level TOC. Perhaps I'm
missing something, but there doesn't seem to be a direct way to go to
another page, or even the next page. This might also make "navigation"
easier.

Keep up the good work!
Jan 04 2005
parent Markus Dangl <danglm in.tum.de> writes:
 Something to consider ... can you keep the left side links (TOC)
 available as "inner" pages are selected? (Similar to an html
 frameset?).

Fixed, i hope its better this way.
Jan 04 2005