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Re: Programming Tutorial (was: Re: #import vs #include)

From: Artem Baguinski
Subject: Re: Programming Tutorial (was: Re: #import vs #include)
Date: Mon, 5 Jan 2004 11:35:12 +0100
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On Mon, Jan 05, 2004 at 10:39:00AM +0100, Dennis Leeuw wrote:
> Artem Baguinski wrote:
> >On Tue, Dec 30, 2003 at 04:12:10PM +0100, Dennis Leeuw wrote:
> >
> >>A now broken version of the tutorial is online where the entire 
> >>paragraph is removed.
> >
> >
> >cool ;)
> >
> >in which for is it maintained? i have so many ideas as i read along that
> >i dont wanna bother you to add them all. if it was in CVS somewhere and
> >i had write permission - i could be contributing to community as i
> >read. 
> It currently is maintained on my harddisk in DocBook xml format.
> No CVS etc. So if you have ideas, comments, suggestions or entire 
> chapters, send them to me. And I will gladly look at them and add them 
> to the book.

ah, suggestion then:

just like it now often refers to other documents it'd be nice if it
reffered to the References. I find both Apple's cocoa reference and
GNUstep reference useful so i'd add reffere to both.

also, i'd make some "See Also" markup in xml that would
render into floating on the right side tables with smaller font, so the
references don't distract the reader. And i'd add some comments on most
of the external links like "Reference", "Beginner", "Advanced". 

> An updated version is available at:
> http://gnustep.made-it.com/GSPT/xml/Tutorial_en.html
> Which now also has a basic section on #include and #import
> Chapter 2 is the part I am working on. All behind that haven't got much 
> attention.


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