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Re: Kicad future documentation - your opinion


Markdown and Latex are worth considering too. I'm using ODT for my
stuff right now, however the diffs are irritating, even if you do
unwrap them with hooks in git.

On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 8:00 PM, Kerusey Karyu <keruseykaryu@xxxxx> wrote:
> Dnia 2011-09-22, czw o godzinie 17:00 +0200, fabrizio pisze:
>> from the repository:
>> lp:~kicad-developers/kicad/doc
>> I notice that the polish version of kicad-doc.pdf which is :
>> kicad-doc/doc/help/pl/kicad.pdf
>> has been already update with the new icon. That is impressive ! I
>> however have to point out that since the time when this doc started
>> being updated, some icons have changed a little (not so much).
> Wow! Someone noticed the new and updated edition. Finally. :D :D
> Yes. Images came from a previous icon version of KiCAD, but my
> compilation is constantly updated (Thanks Brian!). As I'll translate the
> EESchema content I'll change images in cvpcb.pdf, kicad.pdf and the
> older ones into eeschema.pdf.
> Of course I've vote for YES to remain the OpenDocument format and PDF as
> a final result. Since we have KiCAD OpenSource, so OpenDocument is the
> natural choice.
> In a Polish version, due to the applied styles (new layout of the text),
> files are not linked by the ODM file. Unfortunately, everything started
> to fall when I've trying to join the cover sections and the text for
> particular headings with ODM. Hence the decision to write new Polish doc
> source in a single file.
> Kerusey Karyu
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