[erlang-questions] HTML/CSS/Javascript in Erlang docs and Common Test

Jean Parpaillon <>
Wed Mar 2 13:05:10 CET 2016


mkdocs is used for generating documentation suitable for, for instance,
readthedocs.org platform.

I've had started a mkdocs doclet module some time ago but it is stalled
now. At that time, I was not really familiar with xmerl, and this is
one of the reasons I've not continued.

Anybody interested in going on ?
https://github.com/erocci/edoc_mkdocs


Cheers,
Jean


Le mercredi 02 mars 2016 à 16:37 +0900, zxq9 a écrit :
> On Wednesday 02 March 2016 11:15:04 Leo Liu wrote:
> > On 2016-03-01 23:53 +0000, Federico Carrone wrote:
> > > I am sure this is not a priority for most developers. However I
> > > do
> > > think this type of things are important for some newcomers.
> > 
> > I think it is very important to the Erlang community. The bar has
> > been
> > raised so high that there is no excuse not to make the
> > documentation
> > pleasant to read. Hope there is a way to facilitate your
> > contribution.
> 
> I've wished I had time to do the same. If you actually *do* have time
> to
> work on this it would be great (and if you need a hand, ASK -- I've
> mentioned it more than once, just never got around to doing
> anything).
> 
> You may be able to create a pull request directly against the OTP
> project on github. Maybe not.
> 
> Anyway, good luck!
> 
> -Craig
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