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: The “_REPORT_FILE” has been successfully prepared. The development of the new “Report Generation Commands” page is next.

MONDAY: The development of the new “Report Generation Commands” page has been successfully completed. I believe that the current version of the manual is adequate for the new version of the Programmable Software Development Environment. The common line screen reporting capabilities are important for our communication. The next step will be to proof the manual. When completed, this version of the Programmable Software Development Environment can be prepared for publication

TUESDAY: My first examination of the Manual revealed link errors that have been corrected. I also observed some deficiencies in the documentation of the Project File relative to the Command-Line Report Generation File. My next task will be to re-examine and correct these deficiencies.

THURSDAY: The observed deficiencies in the documentation of the Project File relative to the Command-Line Report Generation File have been fixed. A second overall review of the manual needs to be made and then this version of the Programmable Software Development Environment can be packaged for upload. It is also important at this time to review the web-site for needed upgrade.

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