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Subject:Re: Organizing O-O Docs From:YIGAL <tdsltd -at- NETVISION -dot- NET -dot- IL> Date:Tue, 5 Nov 1996 13:02:47 +-200
Our company TDS - Training and Documentation Solutions Ltd., developed a methodology for an O-O documentation called doc++. Each document is a set of objects (text, graphics etc.). We also developed a software package WatchDoc that works together with WinWord 6.0 and 7.0 to develop o-o documentation. The system also features a version control (freeze, restore, history of changes etc.).
In few weeks we are going to establishour If our web site. In the meantime please send your address and I can send to you more material.
TDS - Training & Documentation Solutions Ltd.
31 Lehi St. Bnei Brak
tdsltd -at- netvision -dot- net -dot- il
From: Matt Danda[SMTP:dandam -at- GATOR -dot- NET]
Sent: éåí ùðé 04 ðåáîáø 1996 20:06
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Organizing O-O Docs
I need help developing a methodology for organizing object-oriented
I recall some discussion about this several months ago, but I am unable to
access my email records.
Does anyone have any information on how to manage object-oriented
Many thanks in advance,
Home: dandam -at- gator -dot- net (in Gainesville, Florida)
Work: matt -at- sonytel -dot- be (in Brussels, Belgium)