[fpc-devel] what fpc is good for?

Michael Van Canneyt michael.vancanneyt at wisa.be
Sun May 13 19:05:53 CEST 2007

> > I also complained and complained about websnap and asp and php, and of course I also wrote some code
> > that solved my problem there which is all FPC based, the poor old wiki, forum, and other utilities
> > on my site that need updating. Others choose the easy solution and use ASP and PHP.. boring. I
> > complained about FPDOC and wrote some extensions for my own lufdoc, and I complained about numerous
> > other things and went ahead and wrote code.
> fpdoc is IMHO a good thing, that unfortunately is not fully mature. It
> really needs a circle of dedicated users that report and submit patches.

Aaaargggh - a knife through my heart :-)

fpdoc not mature ? 
What about the 1700 pages of rtl/fcl documentation it creates ?
I'd rather hope that this is somewhat mature ? I'm not even talking about
the LCL, which will probably be a lot more than 1700 pages when printed...

It does what it was designed to do. It's not perfect, and there are still
some improvements that can be made, but it has steadily improved since 
day 1. And will continue to improve in the future.

But alas, as so often, we loose the continuous struggle with time.

(All mortals of course do, in the end...)


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