On 10/12/16, 10:34 AM, "Christofer Dutz" <christofer.d...@c-ware.de> wrote:
>Well I know IntelliJ uses the javadoc modules automatically. So that
>would be one :-)
I didn't know the Flex SDK came with javadoc modules. Is that something
>And if the dita XML contains all the important information, I prefer an
>option to produce that XML and have an additional tool to to the XSLT.
>Being an Apache Cocoon 1.0 user I have been using XSLT since about 1999,
>and I'm pretty fit in using it. So I would opt for creating the XSLT for
>producing output. The main benefit of this would be that we could make
>this XSLT customizable. That would be a pretty cool thing.
Well, you are welcome to lead the effort to use XSLT to generate static
HTML. Who else in our community is comfortable with XSLT? My thinking is
that by moving the presentation of the data into MXML/AS, it increases the
chance that folks in the community can contribute, but the downside is
that it is a whole code base for folks to learn and debug.