There's an very fast way to edit a file directly on github to provide a
pull request, straight from your browser.
For example, go to this file
and click on the button "edit" (middle top right corner)
Fix the type and click save. And you're done.
Unfortunately, untill we're able to link each section from the manual
directly back to it's source file on github (not possible in docbook,
but asciidoc does it),
the real pain is finding the correct source file :(
Op 13-02-13 16:26, Wolfgang Laun schreef:
I know, I know, but all I can manage at this time are these
self-contained .DRL unit tests sent to the list. As to the doc nit:
for such very rare, very small fixes the overhead is just too much for
On 13/02/2013, Mark Proctor <mproctor(a)codehaus.org> wrote:
> If you submit pull requests, we can apply these changes with a single button
> press on github.
> On 13 Feb 2013, at 08:42, Wolfgang Laun <wolfgang.laun(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Will someone please take the time and replace the sentence from Expert
>> 4.8.1, Rule Attributes (on activation-group), as given below.
>> In other words, the first rule in an activation-group to fire will
>> cancel the other rules' activations, i.e., stop them from firing.
>> More precisely, the first rule in an activation-group to fire will
>> cancel all pending activations of all rules in the group, i.e., stop
>> them from firing.
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