[GNC-dev] Register Documentation Improvements (was Re: [GNC] Column widths again)
geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be
Thu Aug 23 09:37:39 EDT 2018
Op donderdag 23 augustus 2018 15:08:54 CEST schreef Derek Atkins:
> Geert Janssens <geert.gnucash at kobaltwit.be> writes:
> > So I'm open for alternatives that would equally handle version
> > control, but is easier for documentation writers to cope with.
> > This can be a completely different tool that feels more intuitive or
> > it can be a system layered on top of git which would hide git's
> > technicalities. For example a web interface that offers online
> > documentation editing and that behind the scenes stores changes in
> > git. I don't know of such project off-hand though, but it may be worth
> > looking around for.
> > Those who need more advanced access can clone the git repo and work
> > locally.
> I wonder how hard it would be to write a web interface on top of git
> that abstracts away most of the git work to enable easier access?
It looks like gitlab does something like this already...
At least on Gnome's gitlab there are buttons to edit or open a webide. They
only work on pages you have write access of course. However you can always
fork a repo to get one with write access.
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