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Bug #36533 Need for user notes in downloadable HTML documentation
Submitted: 2006-02-26 10:37 UTC Modified: 2006-02-26 14:06 UTC
From: mathieu dot bonnet at nalkym dot org Assigned:
Status: Wont fix Package: Website problem
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 [2006-02-26 10:37 UTC] mathieu dot bonnet at nalkym dot org
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The PHP downloadable HTML documentation does not feature the user contributed notes. I can understand some people do not want them, but it would be nice to have a separate downloadable HTML documentation version, with the user contributed notes.

As the user notes are in English, I guess we only need the English documentation to be available with them... and I suppose we only need the version with multiple HTML files.



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 [2006-02-26 11:54 UTC] goba@php.net
What you are looking for (also with the search box :) is a self-hosted packages, which includes user notes. We are in a great need of testers for our Livedocs software, which does just that, and it looks really nicer then the downloadable HTML versions.

  http://wiki.phpdoc.info/LiveDocs

You will find the self-hosted version on the first link. Please give feedback, bug reports and suggestions in the Livedocs bug category.
 [2006-02-26 14:06 UTC] mathieu dot bonnet at nalkym dot org
I like the idea, but it is slow and needs a Web server (well, I have one, but I would prefer not to depend on it, for the documentations...). Moreover, the table of contents is too detailed in the default configuration. Unfortunately, for now, I don't have enough time to try to tweak it.

I won't insist, if you do not want to generate another version of the downloadable HTML documentation, but I still think it is the best solution, for most people, for now.
 
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