Difference between revisions of "Talk:IOS"

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=== Descriptions ===
 
=== Descriptions ===
 
I think that we should add something about how the Broadway code interacts with the IOS on this page, like describing the basic methods of communication and so on.--[[User:Henke37|henke37]] 04:15, 17 February 2008 (PST)
 
I think that we should add something about how the Broadway code interacts with the IOS on this page, like describing the basic methods of communication and so on.--[[User:Henke37|henke37]] 04:15, 17 February 2008 (PST)
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== Usefull info ==
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I find a huge lack of usable information here. So what if there is a IOS_FOOBAR function? We don't know what it does or how to properly use it.
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I only request that any further edits to the related pages tries to at the very minimum list these things:
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*Name of the call
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*What it does
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*Indata
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**Format
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**Use
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*Outdata
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**Format
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**Use
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*Usage rules, like things that may not be done
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Yes, I do know that not everything is known, but seriously, the information that I list is known for some things, just not on the wiki.
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I sugest that we move the information from the wiki into an application designed to track APIs, in order to make these things easier to be done right.
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--[[User:Henke37|henke37]] 11:43, 16 March 2008 (PDT)

Revision as of 20:43, 16 March 2008

Descriptions

I think that we should add something about how the Broadway code interacts with the IOS on this page, like describing the basic methods of communication and so on.--henke37 04:15, 17 February 2008 (PST)

Usefull info

I find a huge lack of usable information here. So what if there is a IOS_FOOBAR function? We don't know what it does or how to properly use it. I only request that any further edits to the related pages tries to at the very minimum list these things:

  • Name of the call
  • What it does
  • Indata
    • Format
    • Use
  • Outdata
    • Format
    • Use
  • Usage rules, like things that may not be done

Yes, I do know that not everything is known, but seriously, the information that I list is known for some things, just not on the wiki. I sugest that we move the information from the wiki into an application designed to track APIs, in order to make these things easier to be done right. --henke37 11:43, 16 March 2008 (PDT)