Seed documentation

April 17, 2009

I just found out I have a public_html folder on gnome.org, so I took a little bit of time to update some of the Seed documentation and throw it online.

http://www.gnome.org/~racarr/seed/

Right now it’s just a somewhat outdated tutorial, some disorganized gtk-doc, and some documentation on the Seed builtins, but I think it’s a good start.

Before the next Seed release, I really want to take some time to write a lot more documentation, as I think Seed could be a good opportunity to introduce a lot of people to developing on top of the GNOME platform. I’d also like to put a lot of the examples online, but I have to think of the best way to do this.

5 Responses to “Seed documentation”

  1. Johannes Says:

    Please push it to library.gnome.org! This is the place were all GNOME documentation should be.

  2. grigio Says:

    Are avalaible some debs somewhere?
    I found http://ppa.launchpad.net/orange-owners/ but it is not updated for Ubuntu Linux 9.04 Jaunty

  3. racarr Says:

    @grigio Those are being updated now, and there should be new ones soon.

    @johannes I’ll look in to this. The site was just something I threw together quickly until I decided more what I wanted to do. Thanks :)

  4. GlenStef Says:

    Hi,
    racarr.me to GoogleReader!
    Have a nice day
    GlenStef

  5. yanb Says:

    It looks like there were some build failures on ppa for seed 0.5…


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