Bigtop::Docs::TOC is a table of contents for Bigtop::Docs::* documentation modules. What Should I Read? This document is a brie
Bigtop::Docs::TOC is a table of contents for Bigtop::Docs::* documentation modules.
What Should I Read?
This document is a brief annotated list of each Bigtop::Docs::* module.
Here are the highlights:
Lazy people should start with Bigtop::Docs::TentTut
Those allergic to web apps should start with Bigtop::Docs::Tutorial
Pedants should look in Bigtop::Docs::Syntax instead
Developers should carefully read Bigtop::Docs::Modules
Describes the features and motivations of Bigtop.
Modeled after the Perl Cookbook, this provides a list of things you might want to do, the syntax needed to make Bigtop do them for you, and the output produced by them. It focuses on hand written bigtop files, rather than on tentmaker.
A (fairly) complete list of keywords Bigtop understands in a compact text file. See Bigtop::Docs::QuickRef for most of the same information in html tabular formatting or run tentmaker which shows complete information in your browser.
Documents many of the modules in the bigtop distribution including at least: Bigtop.pm, Bigtop::Parser. This includes a description of the grammar of the Bigtop language and how to work with it. (Note that the grammar is now in its own file called bigtop.grammar, but this has no effect on the docs in Bigtop::Docs::Modules. It may be out of date, but the extraction of the grammar is not the reason.)
This provides a somewhat complete list of all the keywords Bigtop understands along with some examples in html form. The depth of the tables involved makes it somewhat difficult to use. For a more compact version in plain text, see Bigtop::Docs::Keywords or run tentmaker for complete information in a different web format.
This is meant to fully describe all of the syntax (including deprecations) in the Bigtop language. It is the encyclopedic version of Bigtop::Docs::Keywords.
The tentmaker tutorial. Explains in detail how to use tentmaker to edit Bigtop files. Filled with beautiful screen shots.
A comprehensive tour of tentmaker which assumes you understand the material from Bigtop::Docs::TentTut.
If you don't like tentmaker, this is where you should start. It walks through building a moderately complex application from scratch using a text editor to enter the proper Bigtop syntax.
Explains how to install vim syntax highlighting for Bigtop source files.
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