STL docs in Gideon? (was: Re: playing with gideon)

Sebastian Kratzert skratzert at
Wed Nov 13 11:07:03 UTC 2002

Am Monday 11 November 2002 18:23 schrieb Caleb Tennis:
> > You must be kidding :-)
> > 2 MB is nothing, literally nothing, compared to the inconvenience to
> > maintain two seperate packages. The inconveninience to read, and answer
> > the same question "Where is the documentation" over and over and over
> > again in the mailing list. Worse, if you split gideon into core and
> > parts you are in "package hell".
> >
> > I say "Make it easy, include everything".
> Why don't we put the documentation online, and use gideon to point to its
> location?  If a user wants to install the documentation locally, perhaps a
> simple tar xzf is all they need to do to have local docs.

I agree with that. 
I think most people use Kdevelop shipped with a distribution. The 
distributions can make ducumentation packages for their customers. The other 
people who don't use Linux distributions will know how to download and 
install a tarball.



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