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Re: [photran] Photran Help Docs: how to edit?

Here's a link to the current documentation [1].

Unfortunately it's not easy (for you) to update it, since the documentation is in a plugin that is part of Photran. We then publish this plugin on the web to create the online documentation.

The preferred way to do it would be:

1. Clone the Photran git repository [2]
2. Import the documentation plugin (org.eclipse.photran.doc.user) into Eclipse and modify the text (or edit it with some other editor)
3. Commit the change, then push it to Gerrit. 
4. It would then be reviewed and committed to the main repository. 
5. I would then create a new build and have it uploaded to the web.

However, since this is pretty onerous, I would be happy if you just did steps 1 & 2 and sent me a patch. I'll do the rest.


[1] http://help.eclipse.org/oxygen/index.jsp?topic=%2Forg.eclipse.photran.doc.user%2Fhtml%2Ftoc.html
[2] http://git.eclipse.org/gitroot/ptp/org.eclipse.photran.git

On Nov 1, 2017, at 6:11 PM, Reich, Darrell <DARRELL.REICH@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I dusted off my eclipse username/password and was able to edit the Photran Refactoring FAQ to fill in the missing answer.
Iâm happy to update the Photran help docs on the new refactoring features that are missing from the instructions. How do I do that? There isnât an Edit button when I login like there was for the FAQ on the wiki Eclipsopedia.
Now that I have it working, my tests of the new features all worked nice, good job! Fortran is catching up to the features of Eclipse for Java and competing with Intel Fortran + Microsoft Visual Studio ($$$) nicely as a cross platform way to stage runs for the HPC supercomputer.
Fortran Development User Guide > Advanced Features > Refactoring
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