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SubjectRe: Kernel Development Documentation?
Daniel Phillips wrote:
> On Fri, 08 Dec 2000, Alan Cox wrote:
> > For the kernel stuff there is a project to put documentation about functions
> > and what they do inline into the kernel. Its slow progress. Trying to do
> > anything formal and structured isnt going to be productive until the
> > documentation is much much more complete

> Tigran Aivazian has been preparing 'Linux Kernel Internals' which is
> *highly recommended* and 100% free. Why don't you get together with
> him, and Gary Lawrence Murphy (see his monthy kernel wiki nag)?
>
> Personally, I try to do the right thing and submit at least one piece
> of documentation per month to somebody's documenation project but...
> it's not always so easy to free up the required hour or two. This
> month my feeble attempt consisted of nagging Ben LaHaise to submit a
> particularly lucid email he sent me as a code comment.

Lucid e-mails often get stuck into Documentation/*, that's fine.

The preferred is 'make {pdf,ps,html}docs' as yanked from
Documentation/DocBook.

Jeff


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