Re: documentation pages broken

I'm happy to volunteer to get this sorted, but I need access (and a
few pointers to get me started would also be useful, but I can live
without that).

The situation right now is really not reflecting well on the otherwise
excellent C++ bindings. 


On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 20:15:49 +0000
Emmanuele Bassi <ebassi gmail com> wrote:


Sadly, there is just one person responsible for library-web, and he
maintains it on his spare time—which has gotten considerably smaller.

I'd be tempted to suggest the *mm bindings developers to use CI to
generate the documentation and publish it on the GitLab pages, like
GTK does for its master branch; at least it would be *something*.

Sadly, the automated publishing of documentation from release
tarballs is an unsolved problem: we kind of painted ourselves in the
corner, here, by having infrastructure in place that automated
everything to the point of not being maintained any more.


On Thu, 14 Feb 2019 at 20:05, Kasper Peeters
<kasper peeters phi-sci com> wrote:

Full story: the API documentation for many of the C++ bindings

is currently broken.

This is unexpected.

Can you file an issue on the GitLab issue tracker for the
libraries without a reference?  

There is one already,

It's a year old... No-one with sufficient access rights seems to
feel responsible enough to do something about it.


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