Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of QtWebKitDocContrib


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Jun 22, 2010 4:37:31 AM (11 years ago)
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Henry Haverinen
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    1414The qdoc markup is a simple wiki-like format. The qdoc tool is documented here: http://qt.gitorious.org/qt/pages/DocManual.
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    16 For Windows users, the easiest way to get the qdoc3 command line tool is to install the Qt SDK for Windows and add the bin directory to the PATH.
     16For Windows users, the easiest way to get the qdoc3 command line tool is to install the Qt SDK for Windows and add the bin directory to the PATH. For instance, if you install Qt SDK version 2010.3 to the default location, the qdoc3.exe will be in C:\Qt\2010.03\qt\bin.
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    1818On Mac OS X, the qdoc3 binary has not been previously included in the Qt SDK, but as of Qt 4.7 Beta II (to be released soon at the time of writing), the qdoc3 binary is included in the Qt SDK. After installation, qdoc3 should already be in the PATH.
     
    2424Before you can use Gitorious.org, you need to install git on your computer. Here are some instructions for git installation on different platforms: http://help.github.com/git-installation-redirect
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    26 After installing git, you can verify your installation by typing {{{git}}} on the command line, to see a list of most commonly used git commands.
     26After installing git, you can verify your installation by typing {{{git}}} on the command line. If git has been installed and included in your PATH, you will see a list of most commonly used git commands.
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    2828== Checking out the sources ==