Dear Potential Customer,
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Bishop3D is developed by a small team. If you like Bishop3D and find it useful, then please pay us for our hard work.
We can even offer you a discount/free license if you colaborate with Bishop3D Wiki, Bishop3D testings, or help us to spread the word about Bishop3D. Just contact us.
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I’ve been looking for an automatized way to port the contents of Manual:* parts of Bishop3D Wiki to compressed html help format.
A few days ago I found a light-weight, clean and perfect solution: Connelly Barnes wrote and release to public domain a python script that converts MediaWiki contents to static, traditional, html website. I modified Barne’s script to convert only the pages under Manual:* category in our MediaWiki installation and to write the html help workshop project files based on our Manual:Contents page.
After fixing a few rookie mistakes – I had never written anything in python – I got it working flawlessly. Pretty neat that python thing!
Bishop3D has reached a crucial milestone with its first distribution release.
There is still much room for improvement (and there are plans and will to implement that) but right now a little celebration is deserved (especially if you look at the number of similar initiatives that never made out of the development boxes).
I want to thank everyone who helped with testing suggestions, and criticism (you know who you are) – Thank you very much!
We are starting a new development cycle and essentially everything is open for discussion. If there is anything you would like to see in the future versions or something that you don’t like about the application, feel free to bring it up at the Bishop3D discussion board.
Bishop3D has its first release candidate.
From the first call for alpha testers posted on POV-Ray newsgroups to the conclusion of beta tests, it has been a long and exciting journey.
To everyone involved in the tests: thank you, your criticism, suggestions, feed-back and support have been invaluable.
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