MANUAL MAINTENANCE

The activity associated with the maintenance of Programmable Software Development Environment Manual be presented here. Of critical importance is the use of strictly portable (Win32, Linux) standard methods for preparing the associated “*.html” files.

FRIDAY: In response to the modifications to the Programmable Software Development Environment to provide the capability of preparing a text file copy of the command line screen display, I will need to modify the project file section of the manual. When I originally prepared this section, I did not have multiple levels of the development task file.  This has greatly simplified my upgrade activities of the software parts section. I should probably “Bite the Bullet” and start the revision of the project file section. This will be a major effort.  Once done, I can release this version of the Programmable Software Development Environment.

SATURDAY: I have examined the project file section directories and have a plan for its update. This will basically involved putting the files defining each of the pages into dedicated sub-directories. This will greatly simplify the design philosophy and will make it much easier to add the new commands. The project file’s overview page will be the first one to be moved to a dedicated sub-directory.

TUESDAY: The OVERVIEW page of the PROJECT FILE section has been moved to a dedicated sub-directory.  The FILE UPDATE CONSIDERATIONS page will be moved next to a dedicated sub-directory.

THURSDAY: The OVERVIEW page of the FILE UPDATE CONSIDERATIONS section has been moved to a dedicated sub-directory.  The PROJECT FILE COMMANDS page  will be moved next to a dedicated sub-directory.

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