Hi,

In message "Re: Best way to install ri documentation"
    on 04/01/05, Gavin Sinclair <gsinclair / soyabean.com.au> writes:

|> So, what are the merits of each approach? If we were to go with (2),
|> should we hook into CVS to make sure the documentation on ruby-lang is
|> always updated when someone checks in?
|
|My vote would be to have the documentation pre-generated in the CVS,
|just for the sake of convenience.  (It's better to tell a newbie to
|look something up in 'ri' _knowing_ that they have the documentation
|installed.)

It may be convenient for users without source code, but I worry about
the bandwidth.  Save poor www.ruby-lang.org.

							matz.