A Doc Roadmap? was Re: Doc team looking for help in DTP automation . . .
- Hey Eric,
> P.S. I signed up for readmission to the local Community CollegeWelcome to the light side padawan ;)
> yesterday and will be talking to the instructor for the Summer Term
> "Introduction to Java Programming" class to see if he will approve
> my skipping the prereqs. All I want to do is audit the class so that
> I have some kind of structured guidance to learning Java and OOP.
> Wish me luck!
<Who pretends to code Java every once in awhile>
- --- In email@example.com, Eric C Smith <maredudd@...> wrote:
>I also think we could have items like an ANT task that would test the examples in the PCGen parser and guarantee that the examples will always cleanly parse.
> Following this short discussion, Tom and I talked about another
> approach that involved doing a one-time translating of the Tag/Token
> dictionary to xml so that, with the appropriate tools, the tag/token
> dictionary could be ported into any number of forms tailored to the
> requirements of the user class, e.g. code monkey, data monkey, doc
> monkey, etc. Tom's thought was that such a capability would help the
> code team as we could then add code specific information that the
> data monkey doesn't need to see and vice-versa.