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Version of OP documentation
I keep looking at for the latest documentation.
It always states 0.9.0 as version on the bottom.

I suggest to add a version control line giving info such as 
- current version
- last update date

Thanks for attention
good point, I will try something
(2017-10-08, 06:19 PM)Sailoog Wrote: good point, I will try something

What version is this:

Seems old or at least different than

Shoudn't the old version taken out of net OR marked outdated OR updated ?
That is v0.10.0

Yes, we have a mess with documentation. This will change in v2.x.x. We have applied for a free account in gitbook but we failed so we have moved to where we will have all versions under the same repository. Hopefully this time we will have a complete documentation without blanks.

We will mark all gitbook docs as outdated with a link to the current docs. Thanks.
ok, thanks
(2019-03-12, 12:52 PM)Sailoog Wrote: We will mark all gitbook docs as outdated with a link to the current docs. Thanks.

Links to outdated versions are all pointing to 404
Is there any place where still to find these 'old' documentations?
Useful for users who haven't yet upgraded their production system to OP2

OpenPlotter 0.x:

OpenPlotter 1.x:

OpenPlotter 2.x:
Is it planned to fill the pypilot section of the documentation ? Or is there already a guide on how to set it up (Especially for the hardware part) ?


It is planned to fill the pypilot section in openplotter docs to complement the official docs above

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