Dear diary, on Tue, Apr 19, 2005 at 07:35:15PM CEST, I got a letter where Steven Cole <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> told me that...
I've been working on git.pl and getting help working nicely
things to try: git.pl help git.pl add git.pl add --help git.pl add --man git.pl help add
The main objectives: * get a reasonable perl code base in git.pl * provide some way to document WTF is going on :) * keep the docs near the developer * allow variations in verbosity * modularise * don't use modules outside the base perl set * allow a gentle migration (so start by calling the .sh's)
I don't like the pod2usage calling convention but I use them for now.
I don't love the 'require gitadd.pl' but it's a gradual start...
Cogito.pm seems to be a good place for the library stuff.
git.pl passes everything to scripts except gitadd.pl works when called from somewhere other than the git dir I don't feel 100% about the fixup ports
I thought I'd ask for comments before I spent too much time on this...
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