[zeromq-dev] [zmqpp] Creating a documentation repo

Arnaud Kapp kapp.arno at gmail.com
Sat Nov 29 22:30:14 CET 2014


A while ago I asked about using gh-pages to host zmqpp documentation.
I now realize it's a rather bad idea because the size of the generated
documentation is quite big, and would have polluted the repo.

I'm playing around with Travis and a script to generate documentation
and push it anytime a build runs (unless it's a PR).

To not pollute the development repo it would require a dedicated
documentation-only repository. The intent for this repo is to host
generated documentation, nothing more. We could delete/recreate in
case it eventually becomes too big.

Does anyone oppose the creation of a zmqpp-doc repository inside the
zeromq organization, or does any one have a better alternative?

Thank you,

Kapp Arnaud - Xaqq

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