[Pharo-users] Pharo + git workflow
Cyril Ferlicot D.
cyril.ferlicot at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 08:54:32 EST 2016
Le 26/01/2016 14:07, Dimitris Chloupis a écrit :
> fair enough, its obviously your choice, but please note that text
> documentation is slowly dying. And no I am not talking about Pharo
I do not agree on that point.
Myself and a lot of my friends use text documentation way more than videos.
Maybe you see more video documentation because you work in visual
stuff/3D. Graphical artists are more incline to use visual documentation
But in general, most of the people I know check a video to get a global
view of something then use textual documentation when they really want
to learn. And I think this is better to learn because you can go with
your own rhythm. But with a video it's harder. The rhythm is imposed.
> As you probably aware of , book sales have plummeted the last decade
> that adsl connection speed has been rapidly rising. So there is not even
> a comparison between the quantity and quality of video tutorials
> compared to text tutorial which we see a very steady decline. Even
> University who have taken their courses online have solely preferred the
> video format to text documentation, although you can still get some text
> documentation for reference purposes.
> My video tutorial explain the whole process of working pharo with git,
> to my knowledge is the only tutorial that does this, it takes from how
> to do things with filetree, how to use baselines (i think I included
> that one but my connection is down and I cant check this) , how to use
> git (contrary to other pharo git documentation that assumes knowledge of
> git) and how to use an external gui client (something I highly recommend
> because there is no replacement for it with pharo ) . Sourcetree is used
> as an example , you can use any other git gui client instead. I chose
> not to present gitfiletree because at the time it had problem on both
> MacOS and Windows, dont know if Thierry has fixed those issues.
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