On Monday 23 July 2007 15:27, Lukas Ocilka wrote:
I've found that some YaST packages have a huge
amount of documentation
but honestly, who reads such documentation and how often? Do we really
want to have all this data in a minimal installation?
I suggest to drop the autodocs completely. It takes considerable time to build
them and just as much time to "make install" them, and they are little more
than reformatted header files anyway. Most developers will look into the
sources rather than bother with those generated HTML files anyway.
The real documentation OTOH (the one that got written as doc, not just
generated from some headers) we should keep IMHO. But that's very little
compared to the huge amount of the generated autodocs.
Stefan Hundhammer <sh(a)suse.de> Penguin by conviction.
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