[erlang-questions] erlang api documentation

Frank Blecha <>
Thu Oct 25 16:58:30 CEST 2007


Maybe we should refocus on documentation instead of javascript?

On 10/25/07, Michael Campbell <> wrote:
>
> As a general rule I agree.  Links should be links.
>
> On 10/25/07, Daniel Luna <> wrote:
> > On Wed, 24 Oct 2007, Kenneth Lundin wrote:
> > > I have plans to improve the doc's in the direction you ask for. I am
> > > also considering using Javascript in a similar way as used in the
> > > previously mentioned http://gotapi.com. But I think it is still a
> > > requirement that the doc's can be downloaded and browsed locally
> without
> > > the need for having a web-server running. I think it would be ok to
> > > require a browser with javascript capabilities (we already require
> > > javascript when it comes to links between applications)
> >
> > And this javascript is actually quite irritating for me. I quite often
> > wish to open links in a new tab, but when the link is a javscript
> thingie
> > I only get an empty tab when I middle-click.
> >
> > Please don't use them in the future version.
> >
> > /Luna
> > --
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> >                      |  a) Laziness.
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