[Catalyst] Re: Last Chance / Last Day: Web development platform
contest and Perl / Catalyst
danielmcbrearty at gmail.com
Sun Dec 3 08:05:34 GMT 2006
I agree that something is wrong. If you hit 'catalyst' on search.cpan,
you find yourself at 'catalyst-runtime' namespace. You click the up
link to c::r, there is a link at the bottom to catalyst::manual, which
is sparse. the real documentation is at catalyst::manual::tutorial. It
comes across as almost deliberately perverse.
On 12/3/06, Dan Dascalescu <ddascalescu+catalyst at gmail.com> wrote:
> How about changing the 'Documentation' link on
> http://www.catalystframework.org/ to point to
> http://dev.catalyst.perl.org/wiki/UserIntroductions , rename that
> 'Documentation', keep the "Introductions" heading, and add a "Manual"
> section linking to the current documentation at
> http://search.cpan.org/dist/Catalyst-Manual/ ?
> I for one would be two weeks into Catalyst by now if the documentation
> was laid out this way. "Catalyst for CGI Programmers" was exactly the
> beginner's intro I was looking for. It left me wanting to do more,
> which is very good. Kieren's tutorial (sans SVN) would follow
> perfectly introducing the model.
> http://dev.catalyst.perl.org/wiki/BeginnerInfo is also great for those
> new to frameworks. I had figured out how Catalyst worked by going
> through some tutorials, but it would have been much easier if I had
> read this intro first.
> So looks like there IS quite a bunch of accessible documentation, just
> not in plain sight.
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