[Scribus] Best way to explore Scribus Code
Fri Mar 3 04:29:38 CET 2006
Thanks for replying.
On 3/2/06, Riku Leino <tsoots at gmail.com> wrote:
> DTP skills are not needed to be able to contribute to the project. X.....
Don't you think it's better to pickup the DTP concepts first? I am
thinking about using any other good DTP package with a good help
system and documentation. Do you recommend any? Is quark available
on Windows? In-Design? How good is their documentation from the
perspective of teaching a complete layman when it comes to DTP?
> > By the same token, can I ask source-code related questions X.............
> I'd say irc is a better place for this. When you're coding and hit a problem
> you could just ask in irc and get a direct answer.
> Although we don't have any language restriction here so I guess c++ and friends would be
> quite ok. At least I wouldn't mind.
I meant internationalization/localization. I mean - L10N/i18N!
Basically, I am anxious about the overall object model.
Thanks & regards,
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