[Grok-dev] Grok & the lack of good documentation
battlefox at gmail.com
Thu Sep 3 11:18:30 EDT 2009
Back to topic:
I think a big problem with the recent documentation is also the fact that a
lot of Zope knowledge is required to work with them. In many documentations,
it seems like most of the authors explain how things work in grok, but when
there is zope specific code in it (like things from the formlib) they try to
avoid any explanation for it. The developers of grok stated that you can use
grok without knowledge of zope, it seems like this is not 100% possible. Or
at least, no one cares when he writes a tutorial or how to for it.
Sebastian Ware wrote:
> I haven't tried any, I found KomdoIDE to be cheap enough (295USD) and
> the return on investment was probably less than a week (=my first
> serious debugging session). That said, I am sure there are opensource
> IDE's that could do the job. I just haven't had any reason to try them
> Mvh Sebastian
> On 3 sep 2009, at 15.55, David Bain wrote:
>> Is there an open source IDE that you would recommend as a second
>> On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 8:37 AM, Sebastian Ware
>> <sebastian at urbantalk.se> wrote:
>> I have added a link to that post to the page:
>> If someone objects, feel free to remove it.
>> Mvh Sebastian
>> On 3 sep 2009, at 10.12, Jean Daniel wrote:
>> >> https://mail.zope.org/pipermail/grok-doc/2009-July/000002.html
>> > Valuable link which would get more visibility when mentionned either
>> > on
>> > - the grok.zope.org/community page
>> > - on this mailing list
>> > - on the grok.zope.org/documentation/tutorial/contribute-to-the-
>> > documentation..
>> > thanks for your work, cheers,
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