Just purchased the Ruby Cookbook from the rough cuts program, and so far
pretty dissapointed with it - based purely on the quality of O’reillys
process so far.
The pdf has no table of contents, no appendix, ugly formatting, no
internal hyperlinks (that I’ve found at least), and wastes nearly 1/5 of
each page with copyright garbage on the top and bottom of each page.
Hopefully the content will be worth the aggravation of navigating
through this mess.
Guess i’ve been spoiled by the pragmatic beta books.
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From: Pawel S. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sent: Monday, January 23, 2006 12:26:24 PM
Subject: [Rails] Ruby at O’Reilly Rough Cuts
Not sure if this is old news or not, but it would appear that both the
Ruby Cookbook and a Rails book are now available for purchase at
O’Reilly Rough Cuts (something akin to PragProg’s beta book program):
I haven’t tried them yet, but it definitely seems worth checking out.