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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] a call for a better wiki

From: Andrew Back
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] a call for a better wiki
Date: Wed, 26 Mar 2008 12:56:53 +0000
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On 24/3/08 04:41, "Eric Blossom" <address@hidden> wrote:


> Let's come to some kind of agreement on the category list, then edit
> the headers of any miscategorized classes, then create the wiki page
> linking to the updated docs.

I'm wondering if a TiddlyWiki might be a nice way to navigate the
documentation. So you'd have one 'tiddler' (Wiki item) per block and with
navigation being non-linear could have multiple blocks from various
categories open at once.


TiddlyWiki is also easily extensible via macros and plug-ins, and some
additional possibilities might be:

- Macros for searching for blocks
- A doxygen plug-in for importing data. Would need to look into this but I
know there are plug-ins for other data sources, which might at least be a
- In the future generating python code. E.g. A templating plug-in is under
development that is currently being used to generate static HTML output.

And as this would be realised as a single HTML file makes offline viewing of
the documentation simple.

If of interest I'd be happy to look into this. I'm neither a doxygen nor
TiddlyWiki expert, but have access to the latter and might be a nice way to
learn more about GNU Radio architecture.



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