On Fri, 7 Apr 2006 14:20:15 +0300 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > I have seen the developer docs for Enlightenment. > I know that they are behind the latest code and I am not going > to moan about it. Programmers always like to write code more than > docs. > > However there is not any high level documentation. > I mean documentation which describes the concepts of efl. > Most people think (I may be mistaken) that efl is another > toolkit like gtk+ or qt. Of course this is not true. > > The most important points are in my opinion the fact that evas > knows the "state" of the canvas and the fact that making an > application edje themable completely separates logic (code) with > looks (theme). > > I think that this kind of documentation will draw interested > programmers to efl who at the moment dismiss it, thinking that they > should stick with gtk+/qt. > > Is there any interest about this? > I am asking because I would like to start this kind of documentation. I would be very interested in this sort of documentation. I would also be interested in contributing what I know. Have you seen the edje book and similar things? The big problem is the that things are still changing too much for any big picture stuff to stay relevant for long. The big picture for how modules work for instance, it's gonna undergo a radical change any minute now. So any high level documentation will have to track some rapidly moving targets.
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