[ANN] BvG Docu gets an add-on AAG WebNotes

Stephen Barncard stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Tue Jul 31 10:42:35 CDT 2007


What a wonderful effort by both of you.... and 
what the Rev docs should be like...
I've often found this webnotes feature to be as 
useful as the official dictionary in the MySQL 
application of this idea. But the notes are 
managed there somehow. No funny-stuff ever shows 

Dear Andre.. I hope your service doesn't become a 
spam-magnet!!   (shhhh..  everyone keep  quiet)

Perhaps a list of current Rev lists email 
addresses could serve some protection. You did 
build in hooks for a future authorization scheme?

In a perfect world, Revolution should authorize, 
host and manage the notes.. right?


>Hello Folks,
>We all know Björnke created a nice documentation viewer with BvG Docu. I
>really enjoy it and was wondering what could I add to it, so today, I create
>a new version o BvG Docu that has support for webnotes.
>With webnotes you can add comments and attachments to any entry in the
>revolution dictionary documentation. The comments are styled text and you
>can even add images or stacks to them.
>As soon as you add a webnote to an entry it becomes available to anyone
>looking that entry. Very simple and easy to use.
>This of course is only possible thanks to Björnke work, he created BvG Docu,
>I just changed it to support networked notes with attachments. I as people
>to try it out.
>I've put a page online http://www.andregarzia.com/docuwebnotes.html with
>explanations and the link to the file.
>Please send feedback on this folks. The networking code is asynchronous :-)
>I also use Mark Smith libUUID to generate the unique id for the webnotes.
>Very nice lib!!!!
>I polite request people not to abuse the comments or the attachments. It
>still my server and my bandwidth costs (please no SPAM and no hosting the
>latest harry potter movie).
>So Thanks BvG and MarkS for all the code, they code, I code, we code, we all


stephen barncard
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