[plt-scheme] Qs about reporting documentation bugs in v3.99?

From: Robby Findler (robby at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Sun Jan 20 19:30:38 EST 2008

If you were to batch them up a little bit, that would be helpful.
Otherwise, just send them along! Also feel free to post them here or
to email them to me, Eli, and/or Matthew Flatt and we'll fix the



On Jan 20, 2008 6:28 PM, James Russell <j.russell at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> I've been working with v3.99 recently, and I have come across numerous
> errors (typos, inconsistencies, etc.) in the new reference
> documentation.
> So I was wondering, first, should I bother reporting them at all?
> Is it too early in the process? Are they likely to be found anyway
> as the documentation is revised?
> Second, if I should report them, what is the preferred way of doing so?
> Should I trickle them in as I come across them, or should I wait and
> send a bunch all at once?  Should I use the built-in bug reporting in
> DrScheme?
> I've noticed that there aren't too many bug reports on documentation
> listed on the website, but even so, how careful should I be about
> duplicates?  If I'm going to be making numerous reports, I don't
> necessarily feel like looking them all up to see if they've been
> reported already.
> Regards,
> James
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