Erights:Editorial guidelines

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Further updoc passages should appear within a <code>&lt;code&gt; ... &lt;/code&gt;</code> section. It seems the lines between &lt;code&gt; tags need to be indented so that they'll be rendered into html with &lt;pre&gt; tags.
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== Updoc Preludes ==
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[[Standard updoc prelude]]
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[[Standard updoc prelude for awt and swing]]
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[[Standard updoc prelude for swt]]
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[[Old 0.8 updoc prelude]]
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Revision as of 17:22, 3 June 2007

This site is intended to be an authoritative resource for the E language and object-capability security in general. Please keep this in mind as you are editing.

Code Conventions

We are in the process of installing syntax highlighting for this wiki. So the tags used to indicate code are not yet settled.

All wiki pages that contain code should pass Updoc. For now, this means that each page needs to have this near the top of the wiki source of each page:

 {{:Standard updoc prelude}}

which appears as the text between the horizontal bars below. (If you know of a better way to delimit this, please do.)


The following line

? pragma.syntax("0.9")

declares to updoc that further updoc passages on this page are in E 0.9 syntax.


Further updoc passages should appear within a

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