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Dave Page wrote:
> Joshua D. Drake wrote:
>> Yes but the web version is searchable using a really cool search engine
>> that is backed by PostgreSQL. Seriously though, I have no problem with a
>> single set of documentation, but what I suggest above really isn't that
>> tough to do. I nice collapsible DIV should do the trick.
> And leave the (ex) static docs bloated for those of us who use them on
> handheld devices via slower cellular connections like GPRS.
O.k. let me reiterate here :). I am not against two set of docs, nor am
I against one set of docs. I am against one set of docs that does not
allow me to turn off the interactivity.
It appears we have another issue per Dave's email, in that some people
are using GPRS to browse are docs.
Joshua D. Drake
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