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From: Regina Henschel []
Sent: Saturday, February 27, 2021, 19:08 UTC
Subject: [libreoffice-documentation] Starmath code documentation

Hi Dante,

Dante Doménech schrieb am 27.02.2021 um 13:07:
I was wondering if there's any wiki website for the code documentation.
In particular I'm interested on starmath documentation.
If there's one could you point me there?

For such, you should start at

There you can explore "Source Code Documentation", which leads me to (I think, the content there
comes originally from Eric Bachard)

and look at "Writing Source Code Documentation" how to add the
information to the code.

If not, where should I create it?

In case you will go with the Wiki, you should start at with Section "Misc."
(scroll down). It has the single Modules. There you would need to add

Kind regards

Dante, I don't know if you are subscribed to this list, so I am poking
my nose in here again, because Regina is much more involved and
knowledgable about the project code than I am. However, based on 20+
years of observation and experience I do know you can definitely trust
any pointers Regina offers you.


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