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- Subject: Lua manual in active outline web format
- From: Rod Smith <lua@...>
- Date: Sat, 30 Jun 2012 14:24:53 +0100
When I need a close reading of a complex manual or academic paper, I
often convert its format into an active web tree or outline for my
personal use, using my own software. In case it may be useful to
others, I have contacted the Lua team and offered to make it available on-line.
Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo agreed I could include it with other outlined manuals
on my website. The copyright to the text remains, of course, with lua.org,and my
out-liner is open source GPL'd.
You can access it athttp://www.rodericksmith.plus.com/outlines/manuals/luaManual.tree.html.
The manuals directory above contains some other outlines.
[I've corrected a minor error in the file since I sent it to Luiz]
On 29/06/12 20:10, Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo wrote:
I've done that for the Lua manual (zipped and attached) - could you
advise whether you'd like to use it or to give me permission to add it
to my website? The copyright to the text remains, of course, yours --
and my outliner is open source GPL'd.
Sure, you can add it to your website. Please consider also announcing it
in the Lua mailing list. Thanks.