Wed Oct 14 14:02:42 CEST 2015
"Lloyd R. Prentice" <> writes:
> Hi Craig,
> Among the most wise things I've heard on the topic so far.
> How can we get a crisp summary of your points and implications
> of Martin's negatives high up in the official mnesia docs. (I
> really don't know the process.) Would have saved me many hours
> of uncertainty.
The process for adding something to the documentation is
submitting a pull request to the erlang/otp repository on Github.
The Mnesia documentation is in the lib/mnesia/doc/src directory.
You could either clone the repository, edit the documentation in
your favourite text editor, commit and push your changes, and open
a pull request from your branch, or you could edit the
documentation through the Github web interface and submit the pull
request from there. Perhaps the Mnesia overview page would be a
good place for this:
Click the pen icon near the top to start editing.
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