Name: [030] Ronald Jaramillo
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Docudo [ID:044] (1/1)

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video tutorial by Ronald Jaramillo, added 03/07

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Docudo is a tool for writing and maintaining documentation for software projects. It relies on Subversion for versioning of documents and their properties.

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5. anonymous Tue, 04 Mar 2008 04:22

Thanks a lot!

I am going to download it now.

From the short video, it seems like a wiki. How would Docudo be different from a wiki like MoinMoin?

3. anonymous Thu, 08 Mar 2007 08:58

no sound in this demo!

If you are interested in version control (probably a good idea if you are working in TurboGears, due to the number of files) and you use Windows, check out:

Version Control for the Standalone Programmer - <a href="">Part 1 by Hans Dietrich</a>.

This is a step-by-step guide to setting up TortoiseSVN, a graphical frontend for Subversion. A ShowMeDo version would be nice, but the article with screenshots is pretty good.

It's silent !! That's no good... where's the voice of the instructor? Look at some of the Java showmedos for how these things should be done ;-)

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