[Laszlo-dev] doc for incubator items?
dda at ddanderson.com
Thu Feb 21 06:52:29 PST 2008
I will leave those pages out.
On Feb 21, 2008, at 8:16 AM, Lou Iorio wrote:
> The index.html page in the incubator directory says this:
> The Incubator directory contains components and other code that have
> been contributed to the OpenLaszlo project, but have not yet been
> fully integrated into the product. It is intended as an easy way to
> contribute code that doesn't have the level of documentation,
> testing, or API review that is required in other directories, or
> that is simply contributed too late in the release cycle to place
> Is it our intention to move some of this into the product proper at
> some point?
> Until then, I don't think it should go into the documentation,
> especially since
> it has not been properly tested. If we documented it, wouldn't we be
> to support it?
> At this point incubator is not even mentioned in the dguide (not
> that that's
> necessarily a good thing).
> On Feb 21, 2008, at 8:49 AM, Donald Anderson wrote:
>> I (privately) modified the generation of the navbar menus to show
>> anything that looks like a tag for all the docs/reference/*.html
>> As a side effect, I'm picking up stuff in the incubator, much of
>> does not have much documentation. Should I leave incubator out?
>> It might be nice someday to include it and have the menu item say:
>> colorpicker (incubator)
>> and have a banner across the shown page to indicate it's in the
>> But I can leave that for another time if we leave incubator out of
>> documentation. There's so much more to do.
>> - Don
>> Don Anderson
>> Java/C/C++, Berkeley DB, systems consultant
>> voice: 617-547-7881
>> email: dda at ddanderson.com
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