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If you're a registered user, logged in, you can edit.  Note that the "Edit" and "History" links are in small type at the bottom of each page.
 
If you're a registered user, logged in, you can edit.  Note that the "Edit" and "History" links are in small type at the bottom of each page.

Revision as of 11:27, 29 July 2009


If you're a registered user, logged in, you can edit. Note that the "Edit" and "History" links are in small type at the bottom of each page.


Latest Wiki Changes

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Starter

Good places to start on trapexits wiki:

Links

Help with wiki

View the latest edits on the Erlang Wiki Recent Changes page.

Please read How to write HowTo's, before posting new articles and a brief introduction.

If you need help with using a wiki, please read through the MediaWiki help pages.

You can play around in the Test_Page, just go there and click on "Edit", which is in slightly grayed-out small print at the bottom of the page.

To see the MediaWiki special pages, see the Special Pages. Statistics for Erlang Wiki can be found here.