Re: Opinions about AuthorIt
Is there any authority who claims reference information cannot be properly placed in online help?
I'd tend to the opposite position. To me, the 1970s design of Unix
manuals sets a minumum standard that any computer documentation
complete reference information
entirely available online
extensively cross referenced
I'm definitely not saying the man page format is the right way
to do all documentation, but I do think the above list is a
baseline we should all try to meet.
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