The day has arrived. It has (for me) taken an excruciatingly long time to arrive, but here it is.
I have finally released a new version of Minim.
It is essentially not much different from the 2.1.0 Beta release that many of you are familiar with and which has been included with Processing for about a year. But the documentation is now in a state that I don’t feel totally embarrassed about and that will be easier to maintain moving forward. The Minim Manual is no more (and I apologize for all the links out there on the web that will break as a result), but it just doesn’t make sense to try to maintain two sets of documentation. The point of the Manual was to give new programmers documentation that was more approachable than bare Javadocs and I think the new documentation site, generated with my hacked version of the popular proDOC, accomplishes that goal. I’ve also kept and updated the Quickstart Guide for those people who really don’t want to read very much before getting their hands wet.
I’ve initiated a pull request with the Processing team on Github, so I think you can expect to see this version of Minim included with the next release of Processing, though I can’t say exactly when that will be.
Moving forward I hope to be able to have more regular releases with bug fixes and so forth. If you experience bugs or find a hole in the documentation that you really wish could be filled, please open an Issue on Github and let me know about it!