Fw: Re: Re: Announce snm-0.0.2: The Simple Nice-Looking Manual Generator
The following message was sent to me, but was apparently intended for this thread, so I am forwarding it to the Haskell-Cafe Mailing List:
On Mon, Aug. 2, 2010 at 11:44 PM, Gordon Sommers <[hidden email]> wrote:
> This looks pretty neat! The website would benefit from one or two > "full-size" examples I think. A good example is the classgen > documentation -- they have a series of pages on the specific features, > all with small examples, but then they also have some full examples > like so: http://classgen.sourceforge.net/docs/ex1.html, which provide > a great starting place.
> On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 5:45 PM, Benjamin L. Russell <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > [...] > > > >
snm allows you to write clean, web-friendly reports, user guides and > > manuals without having to edit fickle html.
> Interesting project! Unlike some users, I happen to enjoy writing > documentation. Perhaps you should also announce this project on the main Haskell > mailing list.
> > [...] > > > > Read the snm user guide here: > > http://www.killersmurf.com/static/snm_help.html
> > 2. What snm does not do and is not > > > > [...] > > > > snm is not an adult activity.
> Hmm ... the term "adult activity" could mean many different things > ... what one did you mean?
> Thank you for the many examples in your user guide; they help clarify > usage.
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