[fpc-pascal]Question to the offical fpc book

timmer at timmerca.com timmer at timmerca.com
Wed Apr 30 05:16:09 CEST 2003

> You are kidding right? If you aren't then exactly what documentation are
> you looking at? The FPC documentation is some of the best open source
> documentation I have every come across. The four manuals combined can
> answer just about all of your FPC needs. Documentation on the FCL is in
> progress and somewhere in the distant future I am sure some Lazarus
> documentation will be available.

There may be lots of detail, but I find it cumbersome to use.  Have you seen
what I'm talking about on www.php.net?  Every function has it's own little
page with the ability for users to add comments, the whole thing is
searchable, there are examples of almost every function.  I'm not
criticizing anyone - documentation is a huge task and I'm sure the FPC
developers are busy developing, and since I'm not able to contribute much to
the coding process, maybe I can help with making the documentation a little
better, even if it is good now.  :)


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