[chuck-users] The ChucK Manual prerelease
gewang at CS.Princeton.EDU
Thu Nov 17 11:01:39 EST 2005
Hi Adam and all,
This is great!! (It's about time we retire the poor doc/GOTO file in
the current distribution and include actual documentation.)
Spectacular job to Adam and many others for creating the manual!
We still have much work to do on documentation: tutorial series are
coming soon, and we need to document the emerging features/bugs and class
libraries. It would also be nice to aggregate existing chuck
documentation nodes (including Gary Williams's Beginning ChucK blog and
others). Please pipe up if you want to join this effort.
Great job once again to Adam and others on the manual. Adam, when do you
think we can start shipping it with the distribution?
On Mon, 14 Nov 2005, Adam Tindale wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have been working on the manual for almost a year. It is nearing
> "completion". Some of you may have seen it in cvs. You can get your copy
> I am making a public plea for help. The manual needs your help, fellow
> ChucKer. What needs to be documented? Do you have ideas? Do you know what all
> the values of the UGens are? The manual should help you use ChucK better. I
> hope to put it out in the wild "soon", in the truest ChucK sense of soon...
> I will take patches in plain text or .diff files. I will take criticism or
> abuse or ideas. I am more than happy to typeset text, but I only have so much
> time to write up tutorials, etc. If you have an idea for a tutorial, get it
> started and then I can finish it off when I merge it to the docs.
> The manual is done with LaTeX. If you or someone you know wants to help with
> that part of the manual it would be greatly appreciated.
> Enjoy. I look forward to you comments.
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