On Tue, Apr 8, 2008 at 11:02 AM, Phillip Gawlowski
<cmdjackryan / googlemail.com> wrote:
>  M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
>  | Well ... I guess that depends on which docs you are talking about.
>  | There's plenty of documentation on Rails, three of the major GUIs --
>  | Shoes, FXRuby and QtRuby -- have books in "print" on them, there are two
>  | major Ruby "cookbooks", the documentation on Ruport and RSpec is
>  | excellent, etc.
>
>  I shouldn't have to buy a book (like the PickAxe), to get decent
>  documentation. A book should be one option, among many, to get to the
>  documentation. I'll elaborate on that in the next paragraph.

Used to be that was the ONLY way to get documentation.

-austin
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