[erlang-questions] Where I can I propose corrections to the docs?
Sun Feb 12 21:03:27 CET 2017
> But first i'd double check in advance if they want your changes.
How do I do that? My proposed changes are the question and answer here:
From: "Dmytro Lytovchenko" [dmytro.lytovchenko@REDACTED]
Date: 02/12/2017 04:19 AM
To: "Full Name" <7stud@REDACTED>
CC: "Erlang/OTP discussions" <erlang-questions@REDACTED>
Subject: Re: [erlang-questions] Where I can I propose corrections to the docs?
Docs are located inside github.com/erlang/otp repositoryFork it and check out your copy
Build Erlang normally using `./otp_build.sh setup` (this will run autoconf/automake and then will make)
After this you can modify docs and build them using `make docs` - for this you may need extra packages installed such as texlive.
Commit your changes to a branch in your copy on Github
Click create pull request on Github.
But first i'd double check in advance if they want your changes.
2017-02-11 21:06 GMT+01:00 Full Name <7stud@REDACTED>:
I found what I've concluded is an error in the docs (and in Programming Erlang (2nd Ed). Is there somewhere I can file a proposed change to the docs? It doesn't seem like bugs.erlang or github erlang invite doc requests.
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