[wp-hackers] wordpress source cross reference with commenting...
angsuman at taragana.com
Tue May 16 07:23:54 GMT 2006
> I wonder how that would be used effectively.
We use inline annotations extensively in bioinformatics to annotate sequence. It is the same reason blogs are useful. Also you can find it in php.net or mysql documentation. It helps people write about their experience with the function / code and hopefully add some valuable documentation and explanations.
BTW: One of the problems I faced with wordpress in the beginning was finding the "map of the cat" (as Dr. Feynman said) - the exact sequence of events and magic.
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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] wordpress source cross reference with
Angsuman Chakraborty wrote:
> Let me know if you find this useful.
I recently posted some of my cross-reference efforts on my blog, and I
don't expect everyone to have read that, so I'll re-post some details here:
Trunk XRef: http://redalt.com/xref
2.0 branch XRef: http://redalt.com/xref20
1.5.2 branch XRef: http://redalt.com/xref152
Editable function reference: http://redalt.com/fn/
The original post: http://asymptomatic.net/articles/2347.htm
Nothing I've written allows anonymous comments on any page of the XRef,
though I wonder how that would be used effectively.
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