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Welcome to the ArgoUML documentation project.
If you want to view the latest existing argouml documenation please use
the 'nightly build' links on the left hand pane.
- Maintain up-to-date and relevant user documentation.
- Translate the documentation into as many languages as possible.
- Provide learning materials in the best possible format for users of
Principally, the user documentation consists of:
describing how to use ArgoUML and it's features.
describing how to get up and running with the basics.
To reduce the workload of maintaining the documentation build process
seperately for each language and to improve the consistency between
translations we have a common source document where the languages
exists side by side.
For each section, paragraph etc. the languages are sorted in the
order: English, and then the languages in alphabetic order of their
iso-639-1 two-letter code:
Swedish (sv), and
Images that are for the English translation is located in a tree in
the images subdirectory (in the quickguide and manual directories
When language-specific images are added, make a subdirectory for
each language and mimic the tree there. So:
manual/images/de/reference/aktivitatsdiagramm.gif (of activity_diagram.gif)