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I am not using Tochnog extensively but it happens
and from time to time I wish the documentation being
more verbose. This leads to the question about the
documentation status -- is it part of the OpenSource
tochnog distribution, is it available in any other
format than HTML, what about its copyrights?
Maintaining documentation is expensive; everyone
wants it but you seldom get a credit for it,
and usually it takes much time to build a good one.
However if there is a way to maintain the documentation
then instead of playing "Angry Birs" :) I or someone
else could add something or improve it.
What about translating Tochnog documentation to
Sphinx http://sphinx-doc.org/contents.html reStructured format?
I am not saying right now but at one point I could
try to do it (with help of pandoc
Would anyone consider this useful? Of course first the formal
issues have to be resolved.
Roman Putanowicz, PhD < putanowr@... >
Institute for Computational Civil Engng (L-5)
Dept. of Civil Engng, Cracow Univ. of Technology
http://www.l5.pk.edu.pl, tel. +48 12 628 2569, fax 2034