Pointers to the working files

The root of the documentation tree is the ~www/docs/tcc/projects/ directory. Each project should have its own documentation subdirectory under this directory.

For example, if you have a project called the foo project, make a directory ~www/docs/tcc/projects/foo and place into it a homepage.html file. This page should point to:

  1. The requirements document
  2. The external specification
  3. The internal documentation
  4. A page describing where all the other project files are.
Except for the homepage.html file, it is not necessary to have any of the files associated with the project in any particular place. However, feel free to place any project documentation in or under the ~www/docs/tcc/projects/projectname directory.
See also: Project development protocol
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John W. Shipman, john@nmt.edu

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