[Scribus] a different kind of Scribus reference

Eilert eilert-sprachen
Fri Apr 21 09:42:30 CEST 2006

Gregory Pittman schrieb:

> Something I've been tossing around in my head is a concept of a 
> different sort of reference than documentation in Scribus itself or some 
> of the tutorials.
> Does anyone else think this is a worthwhile endeavor?
> Greg
> _______________________________________________

Yes, Gregory, absolutely :-) This reminds me of the concept of 
documentations for graphical development environments like C++, QT, 
Gambas etc.

You mentioned those functions that are similar to different objects. I 
think this could be solved by means of cross-references, like it is done 
for programming environments. My guess would be that the language had to 
be varied, i. e. a way of describing the graphical elements of Scribus 
as formally as necessary but as "graphically" as possible has to be found.

Do you think of a wiki to do this, maybe a restricted one? A simple 
example for this can be found on http://gambasdoc.org/help where I am 
currently translating the language index into German.

Probably I can help here, too.



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