[Development] No implementation hints in Qt Documentation

Richard Moore rich at kde.org
Thu May 3 14:30:12 CEST 2012

On 3 May 2012 11:30, Thiago Macieira <thiago.macieira at intel.com> wrote:
> On quinta-feira, 3 de maio de 2012 12.18.47, Pierre Vorhagen wrote:
>> This is something that integrates well with the open governance concept
>> too, as I think that there's still a considerable gap between users and
>> contributors of Qt. Maybe this is something to consider in order to
>> narrow it a little more.
> Casper, as the documentation and qdoc maintainer, should have a say, probably
> the final say.
> There's also another option, which is to have a "Qt developers documentation",
> probably matching the next unreleased version of Qt. That way, we, the
> developers, can easily locate the source code when proof-reading our
> documentation and verify that it does what it says it should do.

One thing we've been doing in the network subsystem is adding
information to the wiki pages about how things fit together. Olivier
has done the same thing for QStringBuilder and QMutex too. I think
having more information like this would be a good way to make it
easier for people to navigate the source tree.




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