Restart the documentation (again)

I realized I never finished the “Oefenstof” Documentation Automation Project on my website. Let’s start with a picture.   I have covered the top part of in these blogs:

Underscore+capital text what is that for?

What is the purpose of underscore+capital text? If we look at the text file example, we see B, C, D, G, H and I entries consist of underscore+capital text, for example: B:_HOEDJES:3 and I:_UITGANGSHOUDING:0 For the B, C, D, G and H entries these are 1 to 1 related with entries in the xlation.csv file: […]

After processing text file

After creating the text file, which you can do with your favourite editor, or build a (simple) web application, it’s time to create the basic XML file which will be used for all formats. This is how the current version of the XML file looks like. There is a plan to change the attribute names […]

Explaining the text file

A:10011:Warming up, Ballen de korte hoek B:_BALLEN:6 B:_HOEDJES:3 C:_COORDINATIE:9 C:_VALLEN:9 C:_VOETENWERK:9 C:_WARMING-UP:10 D:_BASIS E:4 F:Na grondgewenning naar de hoek als een warming-up vorm, en de snelheid van de bal opvoeren G:_ENKEL H:1:Keeper[G1] start achter het hoedje h1, verplaatst zich naar rechts H:2:Keeper[G2] schiet de bal de korte hoek; Keeper[1] verwerkt deze bal en staat snel […]

Start with text file

For this way of working, we start with a text file. This file can also be created by a standalone application or web application. There are some handy utilities for use on the iPad too. But that will be discussed later. The format of this text file looks like (Dutch text): A:id:oefening B:materiaal:* C:kernwoorden:* D:niveau […]

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