There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has 386
pages of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!

http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf

(still subject to  so
don't mind the absent underscores here and there)

Andrei
On 1/23/2013 10:26 PM, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
> There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has 386 pages
> of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!
>
> http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf

Awesome progress!

I think pdf allows for clickable links. Do you think those would be a good idea?
I did make them work in the ebook version.
On 1/24/13 1:33 AM, Walter Bright wrote:
> On 1/23/2013 10:26 PM, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
>> There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has
>> 386 pages
>> of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!
>>
>> http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf
>
> Awesome progress!
>
> I think pdf allows for clickable links. Do you think those would be a
> good idea? I did make them work in the ebook version.

Yes, it does, and I even think I use it in a few places. But I haven't

Andrei
On 2013-01-24 07:36, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:

> Yes, it does, and I even think I use it in a few places. But I haven't

--
/Jacob Carlborg
On 2013-01-24 07:26, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
> There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has 386
> pages of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!
>
> http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf
>
> (still subject to  so
> don't mind the absent underscores here and there)

I know that this is that standard layout/theme of Latex but I don't
understand why links need to looks so horrible. A red or cyan square
around the text.

--
/Jacob Carlborg
On Thursday, 24 January 2013 at 06:36:17 UTC, Andrei Alexandrescu
wrote:
>> I think pdf allows for clickable links. Do you think those
>> would be a
>> good idea? I did make them work in the ebook version.
>
> Yes, it does, and I even think I use it in a few places. But I
> haven't pursued links systematically yet.
>
> Andrei

Just my 2c:
The - in windows\bin resident - d.chm is very good for using as a
reference, because you have a linked TOC, text and keyword search
and bookmarks capability all the time on the left.

IMHO the pdf format is more suited for printing or maybe reading
on ebook readers, but it would be definitely userfriendlier to
have the TOC links on the bookmarks tab in Acrobat Reader. :)
On 1/24/13 3:20 AM, kiskami wrote:
> IMHO the pdf format is more suited for printing or maybe reading on
> ebook readers, but it would be definitely userfriendlier to have the TOC

Printing would be indeed the main target of the PDF.

Andrei
Am 24.01.2013 07:26, schrieb Andrei Alexandrescu:
> There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has 386
> pages of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!
>
> http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf
>
> (still subject to  so
> don't mind the absent underscores here and there)
>
>
> Andrei

Great!
Am 24.01.2013 17:25, schrieb Andrei Alexandrescu:
> On 1/24/13 3:20 AM, kiskami wrote:
>> IMHO the pdf format is more suited for printing or maybe reading on
>> ebook readers, but it would be definitely userfriendlier to have the TOC
>
> Printing would be indeed the main target of the PDF.
>
> Andrei

I rather spare some trees. :)
On Thu, Jan 24, 2013 at 09:00:54AM +0100, Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2013-01-24 07:26, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:
> >There's quite a bit of work left to do, but the PDF spec already has
> >386 pages of goodness and starts to look seriously cool. Take a peek!
> >
> >http://dlang.org/dlangspec.pdf
> >
> >(still subject to  so
> >don't mind the absent underscores here and there)
>
> I know that this is that standard layout/theme of Latex but I don't
> understand why links need to looks so horrible. A red or cyan square
> around the text.
[...]

Isn't this be configurable?

T

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