RE: [pcgen] Re: TAGS
- Shawn A. Chesak
> We're quickly approaching a point where I don't think many newThat will be nice! BTW, I meant no slight in regards to this. I wasn't
> significant tags will be required. Then it will be more appropriate
> to create a file which lists all the tags and tokens and can link
> you to a fuller description.
implying that this is what the doc's currently "should" have, but rather
what I believe the original poster was looking for.
>Yes, I do apologize for not keeping track better of where I found
> Just saying "there are errors in the documentation!" is likely to
> hurt the feelings of the doc monkeys who have spent so much time and
> energy on vastly improving the condition of it. Code Monkeys should
> never be left to document what they write - that's not their
> strength, and who wants to do something they're not good at??? ;)
> As you note, it would be better to give a list of the errors so the
> Doc Monkeys know what needs fixing. <snipped for brevity>
mistakes. I've been a user of PCGen practically since the program was
first made available to us over the internet. During this time I have
always made an effort to post here any problems, errors, or what have
you that I find in order to help the team of you (previously just the
individual) working on it.
As I see it, this wonderful program is a tremendous tool for myself and
the players in my game and I'm extremely grateful for all of those who
work so hard to make it available for us. Because I can't consistently
devote any portion of time to projects such as this, I have not
volunteered my time to directly help y'all -- letting you know through
this list about any problems I find is what I consider the little bit
that I CAN do to help.
And I will agree, the documentation is very comprehensive (just not 100
percent complete...yet). But then, this can be also said regarding the
program itself, as y'all are continuously working on, fixing, tweaking
and improving upon it. Though this can occasionally create some
complications or confusion for users, I'd say that it's a good thing,