[PD-dev] pddp style guide

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Sun May 1 23:50:24 CEST 2005

On Apr 30, 2005, at 11:25 AM, Michal Seta wrote:

> Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at eds.org> writes:
>> If anyone is interested, it'd be great if we could work together to
>> create the style guides.  The way I currently see it there are two
>> kinds of patches "all_about_" which has lots of text and examples, and
>> the basic help patch, which should be a reference with a link to the
>> relevant "all_about_" pages.  float-help.pd from PDDP is a decent
>> example of a reference patch.
> I have volunteered to work on the pddp project some years ago and have
> subsequently sort of fell out of the loop...  But I want to redeem
> myself and get back on board.  I could continue the work i started
> then, which is documenting MIDI related externs.  The float-help.pd
> style is indeed what has been decided at some point.  i have in fact
> update some of the MIDI help files to the new style, I have them on my
> computer that they don't seem to be in the CVS.  Perhaps i have never
> submitted them?
> Anyways, I'm in.

Yeay!  The more, the merrier.  Please submit any patches that you have  
to CVS (doc/pddp).


> ./MiS
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