The reference manual: How it is organized
There are a lot of chapters, but they fall all into one of
the following categories.
A large part of the manual is dedicated to the UI
definition language. The section The UI language
contains descriptions for every ui element such as
The small chapters about Processing instructions, and
The standard UI library should
be mentioned here, too.
Another part describes the API of the WDialog library.
The chapter WDialog API (O'Caml) goes through the
whole interface of the library, and describes every type,
class, and function. The manual currently covers only
the O'Caml version of the library; the Perl bindings
are only documented as perldoc in the individual
There are some fundamental concepts that are important
for both the UI definition and the application program.
The chapters about Dialogs,
Data types, Events,
and Templates fall into this category.
Finally, there are chapters about advanced techniques
describing expert knowledge: Internationalization,
Output encodings, Runtime models.