Help to improve the CP2K Manual
o... at schuett.name
Thu Aug 28 18:18:34 CEST 2014
thank you very much for your contributions. I will commit them shortly.
And you are right, patches are easier for use too.
> But one question remains, and we didn't find the answer on the site:
> how does one compile the manual from source?
Yeah, that is a little tricky. I wrote a short howto on it: http://cp2k.org/howto:generate_manual
Let me know if you have any more questions. You can also contact me directly: ole.s... at mat.ethz.ch
On Thursday, August 28, 2014 5:39:09 PM UTC+2, Vedran Miletić wrote:
> Hi Ole,
> this is a great feature. Our group would like to contribute fixes, but we
> prefer editing the source code directly (and believe it's easier for you
> guys to integrate if we do). We already made some changes and they are
> available at https://bitbucket.org/infuniri/cp2k-doc-fixes
> But one question remains, and we didn't find the answer on the site: how
> does one compile the manual from source?
> Vedran Miletić
> Vedran Miletić, Research and Teaching Assistant
> University of Rijeka, Department of Informatics / Faculty of Engineering
> Dana srijeda, 12. lipnja 2013. 13:25:02 UTC+2, korisnik Ole Schütt napisao
>> Dear CP2K-User,
>> maybe you have already noticed the small "[Edit]" links at
>> http://manual.cp2k.org/trunk/ .
>> This is a new feature, which allows everybody to easily contribute to
>> cp2k's documentation.
>> The links lead to a form where you can submit text changes, after a
>> short review the changes will appear in the official cp2k-manual.
>> If you find a typo, please correct it.
>> If you finally figured out how a keyword works, please clarify its
>> If you want to make a difference, write an introductory section
>> CP2K is an open source project, so take matters into your own hands :-)
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