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23.04.2010 Doxer release 10.04.0 available

Doxer 10.04.0 is available for download:

    http://rapicorn.org/dist/doxer/doxer-10.04.0.tar.bz2

Doxer is a documentation tool initiated originally for generating source code documentation. This is the first public release of Doxer as a separate package (it has been included in other packages previously).

This release contains a wiki markup parser, a corresponding HTML generator, and a Drupal input format module. The markup syntax is designed to cover the feature set required to write source code documentation and general purpose documents. The parser and HTML generator have a strong focus on robustness to support the full range of user sophistication found on general purpose websites. An extensive test suite accompanies the development.

    Homepage:           http://rapicorn.org/doxer.html
    Download:           http://rapicorn.org/dist/doxer/
    Wiki Markup:        http://rapicorn.org/DoxerMarkup.html
    Feedback:           http://rapicorn.org/mailman/listinfo/rapicorn-list

User visible features in Doxer 10.04.0:

  • Added Doxer wiki markup parser.
  • Added docs/DoxerMarkup.txt to describe the markup.
  • Added HTML 4.01 Transitional generator for wiki markup.
  • Added extensive Doxer wiki markup test suite.
  • Wrapped the wiki markup parser as Drupal 6 input format module.
  • Rewrote documentation extractor (Doxyscan).
  • Started new Doxyscan Html documentation generator.

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Syndicated 2010-04-23 00:31:18 from Tim Janik

14.09.2009 OSiM 2009

Together with Martyn Russell, Carlos Garnacho and Kristian Rietveld, I’m attending OSiM this week. None of us has been here before, so we’re quite curious about the conference and will keep our eyes open.
My schedule still has some holes, so if you would like a chat at the conference, drop me a line and we can arrange a meeting.

PS: Yes, I’ve seen Alex recent work and will take a look once I’m back from the conference.

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Syndicated 2009-09-15 07:50:10 from Tim Janik

09.04.2009 Gtk+ 3 Roadmap Participation

Lots and lots of things have been going on around me lately, but that’s best left for other posts if I ever get around to do them. ;)

A few months ago, I’ve sat down with quite some help by others and collected the input and feedback around Gtk+ 3.0. The outcome of that was a first Gtk+ 3 Roadmap draft that was sent around to the core team.

After some recent poking, the draft has now been posted on the Gtk+ development list, here is the Gtk+ 3 Roadmap Draft Announcement.

I’d like to thank everyone who participated in the fruitful discussions leading to this and particularly Stormy and Dave Neary for their suggestions on the post-draft process.

Cody Russell has kindly volunteered to wikify the roadmap, so future alterations will be easy. I much appreciate his initiative, especially because I can’t foresee to have much time around the roadmap personally in the near future.

The roadmap draft is best discussed on the mailing list and provided online here: Gtk+ 3 Roadmap Draft

This roadmap is also a call for participation to all developers and contributors.

If you have an interest in Gtk+ 3, this is the time to participate in constructive discussions around the roadmap or sign up for one of the many development tasks.

I sincerely hope this is helpful for everyone.

Es ist nicht deine Schuld daß die Welt ist wie sie ist.Es wär’ nur deine Schuld wenn sie so bleibt.
– Die Ärzte

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Syndicated 2009-04-09 00:41:51 from Tim Janik

New Advogato Features

New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.

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If you're a C programmer with some spare time, take a look at the mod_virgule project page and help us with one of the tasks on the ToDo list!