[OpenSCAD] Wiki Cleanup? Time to flush pre 2015.03 qualifications?

doug moen doug at moens.org
Tue Apr 24 09:25:44 EDT 2018

The wiki preserves the history of edits.
For example, in "Using_OpenSCAD_in_a_command_line_environment",
there was a change in Nov 2011:
(removed old syntax transition (affected releases before 2010.02, now we're
at 2011.06))

So that documentation for the 2010 version of OpenSCAD is still accessible
to historians. A quick google search shows that there are tools for
migrating historical data out of a mediawiki and into a git repository,
which would then give you a more automated way to explore the OpenSCAD
Manual's historical versions. So I wouldn't worry about archiving the
current Manual before making changes.

Here are tools for downloading the full history of the OpenSCAD Manual,
without having shell access to wikibooks.org:

On 23 April 2018 at 23:42, MichaelAtOz <oz.at.michael at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've been to the wiki a bit lately.
> I've come across many things like '[Note: Requires version 2015.03]' & 'For
> 2013.05+, the option to...' & 'Note: For Windows, in versions prior to
> 2014.02.22 there is a bug...'.
> This  page
> <https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/OpenSCAD_User_Manual/
> Using_OpenSCAD_in_a_command_line_environment>
> goes back pre 2013.
> I suggest it is time to start rebasing the Wiki to 2015.03. Removing all
> older qualifications and presuming all 2015.03 features are extant and not
> requiring specific mention.
> Note I said 'start' it will have to happen over time of course.
> Is there any reason not to? Objections?
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