[llvm-dev] Debugging Docs and llvm.org/docs/
Renato Golin via llvm-dev
llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org
Fri Apr 7 02:08:05 PDT 2017
That was easy! :-)
The ones I looked are fine, too. Thanks!
I think we could get them under docs.llvm.org or something, by just
pointing our dns somewhere?
On 7 Apr 2017 02:10, "Brian Cain" <brian.cain at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 6, 2017 at 6:17 PM, Tanya Lattner via llvm-dev <
> llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote:
>> > On Apr 6, 2017, at 2:52 AM, Renato Golin <renato.golin at linaro.org>
>> > On 6 April 2017 at 05:49, Dean Michael Berris <dean.berris at gmail.com>
>> >> I'll have a look if I can untangle that.
>> >> Thanks Renato!
>> > Well, that didn't last long. Now I remember why last time I fixed
>> > hundreds of warnings on the docs directly instead of fixing the
>> > server...
>> >> Has anybody looked into potentially getting the LLVM docs hosted on
>> >> readthedocs.org and automatically built from the LLVM Git mirror (or
>> >> Subversion post-commit hooks)? Since we're already using Sphinx, this
>> >> like a low-cost, low-interference way of hosting the generated
>> >> documentation.
>> > This is actually a very good idea. I'll let Tanya and Anton further
>> > comment on that from a foundation's point of view.
>> The docs are built via SVN post-commit hook, but thats not the bigger
>> issue in my opinion. I don’t know enough about readthedocs.org but if
>> someone has a lot of experience.. perhaps they could summarize pros and
>> cons of using it?
>> I’m not opposed to change just need to understand it. I’m actually going
>> to be handing off most of this stuff as soon as I can write the email to
>> the list (sorry its Spring Break here in the US so my time is limited this
>> week). I have someone who is going to help with sys admin on llvm.org
>> and head things up in that area but ideally its a team of people.
> I don't know the answers re: pros/cons, I've never built anything with
> readthedocs before. But I was curious about how hard it is to setup so I
> gave it a whirl. The answer appears to be: not very hard at all. I added
> a two-line YAML config file but from the docs I read it seems like it was a
> superfluous step. Most of the work was clicking a handful of buttons on
> github and readthedocs' websites.
> Apologies for squatting on the project name, I thought the url would be
> qualified by my username. I'll see how I can get it changed to move out of
> the way for the LLVM project.
> I did a spot check of several pages and couldn't find obvious
> missing/invalid parts of the docs. This is just llvm and not clang nor any
> other project, though.
> Even search works:
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