On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Guillaume Lelarge
> Documentation for pgAdmin is really weak right now. Just to take an
> example, I don't know where a plugin file is described.
> The real question is how we do this. Right now, the documentation is a
> set of HTML files. Which is fine for some people and not for others.
> Kind of hard to get a consistent style. Kind of hard to get a good PDF
> and CHM file out of it. Not sure we really need these formats, I'm sure
> we want a consistent style.
> The only way to get all these options, AFAICT, is to use Docbook. SGML
> or XML. I have no problem working with Docbook, but I'm not sure
> everyone feels the same. I really prefer XML because of the toolset we
> can use (which seems, at least to me, in much better shape than the SGML
> Anyone has better ideas?
Yeah, I was looking at this the other day, but ran out of time.
Looking at using Sphinx (http://sphinx.pocoo.org/).
I really don't want to use SGML or XML.
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