#6 Updating LISP base documentation (web, doc, help, reference)

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nobody
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2010-06-05
2010-06-05
Anonymous
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Back to my original question, I think I have found the files to update the web documentation, they are to be found in the doc folder, which contains a lisp file with some markup to automatically generate the HTML file, NEAT!

So, the question at hand is: do I have to manually add new commands to this LISP file, or is this file also semi-automatically created from the lex/yacc grammar, so that the only thing I need to do, is to re-generate the file and add missing descriptions to recently added commands?

Thanks

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  • Sergei Irupin
    Sergei Irupin
    2010-06-05

    I think that the most successful way to be like that. Take the English doc.lisp and open it in a text editor. In another window, open the German doc.lisp, what it is today. Move to English doc.lisp translated into German descriptions. And then translate themselves what is left.

    I hope I'm clearly described? :-)

    Where are you from there from Germany? At one time I lived in Eberswalde - and still have the memories of those golden days of my life! :-)