Thank you for your fast answer ...
>Datum: 15.01.2009 11:25
>Kopie: "forge octave"<octave-dev@...>
>Betreff: Re: [OctDev] Function Reference on the Octave-Forge page
>tor, 15 01 2009 kl. 09:29 +0000, skrev michaelschmid1@...:
>> It seems that two different ways exist to get to the function reference of a package.
>> The first one is: "Function Reference" from the mainpage
>> The second one is: Packages/details(of a package)/Read function reference
>Honestly, I cannot remember the details, so I'm not sure of the
>difference, but yes there is a difference. In the near future we will
>have to redesign the web site such that it can easily be updated when a
>single package is released. Currently, we only update the pages when we
>make a release of all packages.
>> And at least for the nnet package they are different. The second one is realy very old
>> and also the first one seems not to be updated.
>Old? I'm not sure I understand. Could you elaborate?
I tried to tell, that this function reference seems to be the first one which was published...
no change since there ...
>> I don't know the update process of this packages and the complete homepage, but
>> maybe I can help if someone can explain me what I have to do.
>> I don't have a lot of time but if I have to run scripts or write some to update
>> this pages I think I will find some time to do it.
>The web pages are very tied to the release process. Unfortunately, the
>release process is just broken (you can read about the actual process in
>'admin/release.sh'), and needs to be redesigned. When we do this, we'll
>also have to rethink the web page layout. I'm working on this, but
>things are going quite slowly do to personal issues. The plan is,
>however, to have a new release system ready for Octave-Forge by the time
>Octave 3.2 is released.
Let me know if I can help, but I can't writing scripts with bash...
I have some knowledge in perl ...