--On 7. Februar 2008 14:19:59 -0500 Eric Gorr <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

I need to create a site that works similarly to php.net...the problem is
the same - to document a language.

 From what I've seen, zope is fully capable of doing nearly everything I
need it do, but I am uncertain about one aspect...check out:


for an example.

The aspects of this page that I like are:

1. It is not frame based

2. The left column shows a list of functions in the same category

3. The left column allows one to move up the function tree (i.e.
^Filesystem function, ^Function Reference, etc.)

4. There is static documentation for every function (Description,
Parameters, Return Values, etc. - I'm sure zope could handle this part)

5. Users are allowed to comment on the functions

Zope is an application and basically does not care about what you want to do with it.

Assuming that Zope can do this, how difficult would it be? Can I get some
pointers into the Zope documentation for how to accomplish this? Is it
worth starting with something like Plone instead of with 'raw' zope?

Plone might be a good start for such a project.


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