[coreboot] Why no web-browsing for v3 source code?

FENG Yu Ning fengyuning1984 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 18:29:39 CEST 2008

I think web-browsing is a convenient way to read(learn) source code.
Sometimes I read a commit in the mailing list, and would like to read
those changed source files in whole, but I found only v[1,2] source
code could be web browsed. As developing now happens more in v3 than
other versions, so I personally think web-browsing for v3 source code
is in demand. Is there any reason that web-browsing for v3 source code
is not provided?

BTW, I think the coreboot v3 documents (both the wiki page
http://www.coreboot.org/Coreboot_v3 and the pdf
http://www.coreboot.org/images/0/0a/Newboot.pdf) are very informative,
and are also elementaries for a new developer. Therefore, is it a good
idea to reference them in the developer manual (accessed from the

yu ning

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