[Wtr-development] README file to github!?
marekj.com at gmail.com
Fri Oct 1 12:33:41 EDT 2010
I wanted to explain and defend my view of why there are 4 README.rdoc
files in watir project.
Watir project on github has a README.rdoc file as a landing page which
is used to present the project and its 3 separate gems.
Each library firewatir, watir, commonwatir has a README.rdoc specific
to that library so each gem then has it's own readme.
The main top level readme never makes it to the user's machine when
they install the gems.
If the user runs rdoc generation from the gems on their own machine
they now have a local README for each one of the gems.
The toplevel gem is visible on github as a landing page for the project.
And that is why I thought there should be 4 README.rdoc files
On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 11:02 AM, marekj <marekj.com at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> Sorry for not being engaged over the last few months, I had to move
> family from Dallas to Austin and have kids start new schools and so on
> so not much time for fun.
> Please take a look here.
> the repo is here
> the rdoc out of this repo is here
> The main objective of this fix was to fix rdoc generation, make Readme
> files presentable
> and also make yardoc output.
> I see that some of this didn't make it to the main watir.
> Can you still use some of the fixes I made?
> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 4:42 AM, Alister Scott <alister.scott at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Wow! Thanks for updating watir.com/examples so quickly.
>> I think it's looking good. Thanks for all your work on this Željko!
>> On Fri, Oct 1, 2010 at 7:20 PM, Željko Filipin
>> <zeljko.filipin at wa-research.ch> wrote:
>>> On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 10:32 PM, Jarmo <jarmo.p at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > 1) There is only FireWatir examples.
>>> Good point. I will make separate require statements for each supported
>>> > 2) Maybe use hashrocket in locating elements instead of "old"
>>> > comma-style?
>>> I did not know that => is called hashrocket :)
>>> I was thinking about updating docs to use hashrocket syntax but never had
>>> the time.
>>> I have:
>>> - updated both README file and http://watir.com/examples/
>>> - renamed "b" variable to "browser" to make it clear to the new people
>>> where it points to
>>> - removed "full code" section from examples page to make it easier to
>>> update the code, so I do not have to do it three times (already doing it two
>>> times, README file and Examples page)
>>> - removed "Starting a new browser at our site directly" section, I do not
>>> think it is so important that it should be included in the basic examples
>>> - added all watir gems (stable and experimental) to README
>>> Please let me know if you disagree with my changes.
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