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Subject: Re: [xliff-omos] Microsoft XLIFF 2.0 OM on GitHub
Folks, do you think we could expose a publicly accessible HTML version of the MSFT OM documentation, so that each of us don't need to build it on their own?
On Feb 15, 2016 13:43, "Yves Savourel" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Actually you can use Sandcastle Help File builder project for building the documentation in form you need - https://github.com/EWSoftware/SHFB
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Is there some HTML or other readable format documentation of the object model?
I know the code comes with some doc, but not all versions of Visual Studio seem to be able to open .shfbproj projects, so in my case (using VS 2015 Community) I can’t open that project.
We have released several fixes that were reported on GitHub https://github.com/Microsoft/XLIFF2-Object-Model/commit/3f960c4c9b2177b8965f815ab5f2fc5486a5a51a.
For those who are interested, we’ve also decided to go with a Fork & pull (https://help.github.com/articles/types-of-collaborative-development-models/) collaboration model. So feel free to create a fork and make future fixes as appropriate. If you are interested in getting those changes back into the master, you can create a pull request and we’ll review.
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