[visit-developers] updating some online help content
Miller, Mark C.
miller86 at llnl.gov
Tue Jun 2 15:09:34 EDT 2015
Ok, thanks. Found the content I wanted to change, downloaded OpenOffice to my mac (but couldn't install because I don't have privs), etc.
Question about process here. I think the steps you outline make some assumptions about where the 'docs' dir is relative to src/svn_bin, otherwise how does ./makehelp from within src/svn_bin find my docs checkout?
What I did was an explicit svn command to checout the docs dir. . .
svn co svn+ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org/project/projectdirs/visit/svn/visit/trunk/docs trunk_docs
So, my 'docs' dir is in a dir named 'trunk_docs' which is 'next to' 'trunk' where 'src/svn_bin' live.
From: Brad Whitlock <bjw at ilight.com<mailto:bjw at ilight.com>>
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Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2015 11:41 AM
To: "visit-developers at elist.ornl.gov<mailto:visit-developers at elist.ornl.gov>" <visit-developers at elist.ornl.gov<mailto:visit-developers at elist.ornl.gov>>
Subject: Re: [visit-developers] updating some online help content
Oh, do "makehelp -images" to generate pages that contain the images from the manual.
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 11:40 AM, Brad Whitlock <bjw at ilight.com<mailto:bjw at ilight.com>> wrote:
Do a "docs" check out. The main "book" for the manual is in docs/UserManual/UserManual.odm so open that in OpenOffice/LibreOffice and go to the Quantitative chapter. That's where the expression table should be.
After that, you can regenerate the HTML pages from the manual document. It goes something like this:
There's a chance that makehelp needs to be updated to store the html's under src/resources/help/en_US.
On Tue, Jun 2, 2015 at 11:31 AM, Miller, Mark C. <miller86 at llnl.gov<mailto:miller86 at llnl.gov>> wrote:
Can anyone tell me where I might go to adjust some text I see in the live help regarding eigenvalue() and eigenvector() expressions.
expr must evaluate to a tensor expression. The effective_tensor expression determines the effective part of a 3x3 tensor and returns the resulting scalar expression.
expr must evaluate to a 3x3 tensor. The eigenvalue expression returns the eigenvalues of a matrix as a scalar expression.
Example: scalars = eigenvalue(tensor)
expr must evaluate to a 3x3 tensor. The eigenvector expression returns the eigenvectors of a matrix as a vector expression.
Example: vectors = eigenvector(tensor)
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