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Re: [f-cpu] Communication problem

On Thu, 13 Jun 2002, Michael Riepe wrote:

>On Thu, Jun 13, 2002 at 07:36:32AM +0200, Juergen Goeritz wrote:
>[XML vs. LaTeX]
>> >You mean, *browseable* HTML - lots of files, with hyperlinks? I haven't
>> >seen that yet. There should be one file for each F-CPU instruction,
>> >for example (in the old manual, the instruction set document was one
>> >big file).
>> Just a comment from my view. I hate these online manuals
>> where you have all this scattered files. I prefer to do
>> a download of the whole manual and read it offline!
>If I'm going to read it cover to cover, I want a PDF (or better: a
>printed copy). But if I use it as a quick reference, I want HTML and
>short files. I don't want my browser to load a 250K document each time
>I check the encoding of a single instruction.

So I guess both ways should be available! Online manuals
with scattered files usually eat up your internet access
time, too. Especially if you have to search through it
manually. ;-)


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