[Haskell-cafe] File path programme
mai99dgf at studserv.uni-leipzig.de
Wed Jan 26 18:43:55 EST 2005
I think Isaac's idea is pretty nice, to have an easy way to add documentation in a collaborative manner.
I have the following in mind:
A separate wiki which supports generating haddock documentation. Ideally one would see the haddock documentation as it is and would click to a function or type and change the comment for it. However, it would also be enough to see the complete source-code and change the comments there. The question is what happens if there is a parse error. Furthermore there must be someone who maintains it in the sense that changes are committed to cvs at some point and so on. Additionally, it seams to be complicated to keep it synchronised with "real" changes of the source code in the cvs.
Probably the most simple, but less "wiki" solution is the do it the traditional way. Just use cvs and a normal text editor and ask for a cvs account :-).
On Tue, 25 Jan 2005 12:36:54 -0800, Isaac Jones <ijones at syntaxpolice.org> wrote:
> Mark Carroll <markc at chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes:
>> On Tue, 25 Jan 2005, Marcin 'Qrczak' Kowalczyk wrote:
>>> If problems are in the implementation but the interface is right, then
>>> the module should be provided. It can be fixed later.
>> A lot of the Haskell libraries are sufficiently poorly documented that I
>> work out what they do by experiment, or by resorting to reading the
> There should be a wiki page or some other list for libraries that need
> documentation to be added to them. I would be happy to add
> documentation here & there.
> Anyone want to volunteer to create the page and list some libraries
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