Re: [Re: [wxPython] wxPytho docs]

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Re: [Re: [wxPython] wxPytho docs]

Niki Spahiev-3
Edward Muller <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Ionel Simionescu wrote:
> > Docs can target several formats:
> > - book (static, almost linear, requires a clear (set of) narrative
> > thread(s) )
> > - hypertext ( dynamic, webby, requires a set of clearly defined interfaces
)
> >
>
> Format: Hypertext (of course)

There is an excellent tool HTMLDOC (http://www.easysw.com/~mike/htmldoc) which
i used to make some (PDF) books from HTML. It generates TOC, page header &
footer, etc. Can be used to generate PS for printing also.

> > Docs may be:
> > - a (quick) reference source
> > - a low-level how-to
> > - a high-level how-to
> >
>
> Reference source first, then onto how-Tos and FAQs

A liked what i found at
http://cs.nmhu.edu/personal/curtis/cs1htmlfiles/patpart1.htm. I think it can
be prepared for experienced users too.



Niki Spahiev
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