summary page for process workflow?
Jonathan.Gibbons at Sun.COM
Wed Mar 5 09:08:54 PST 2008
There is a utility I wrote back in my JavaTest days called "htmljoin"
that could join a set of HTML files into a single file, adjusting
header levels, cross-references, and other fixups as needed. We used
it to convert the online help files for JavaTest into a single
document that could be printed. Perhaps we could use something like
that to create the big one-page version.
On Mar 5, 2008, at 9:04 AM, Kelly O'Hair wrote:
> I agree.
> I'd also like to see a way to get it all in one html page so I could
> potentially print it. Call me old-fashioned. ;^) I'll use recycled
> Jonathan Gibbons wrote:
>> The Guide currently has the potential for a lot of detail about
>> the process workflow, spread over many pages. It would also be
>> nice to have a shorter summary "checklist" page, particularly for
>> all the steps to get code back into a repository once you have
>> prepared the new code. There's a lot of steps there: test, get
>> approvals (CCC, Core), review, fix white space, create putback
>> message, update repository (i.e. pull), create changeset, deal
>> with conflicts, and finally, push. Phew.
>> -- Jon
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