CHM of documentation (core/stdlib)?


#1

Hi all -

Is there a CHM of the docs? I’ve googled and googled and haven’t found
it…

am I just not seeing it?

Thanks!


#2

Philip H. wrote:

Hi all -

Is there a CHM of the docs? I’ve googled and googled and haven’t found
it…

am I just not seeing it?

Thanks!

There is one in the one-click ruby installer, in the doc dir, made from
PickAxe, 1st ed.


#3

On 4/20/06, Joel VanderWerf removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

There is one in the one-click ruby installer, in the doc dir, made from
PickAxe, 1st ed.


vjoel : Joel VanderWerf : path berkeley edu : 510 665 3407

Also FYI you can generate chm with rdoc --fmt rdoc …

pth


#4

PickAxe, 1st ed.
sigh

Thanks. I have that, but for some reason missed the “stdlib” section.
That is exactly what I want.

heh.


#5

Philip H. wrote:

There is one in the one-click ruby installer, in the doc dir, made from
PickAxe, 1st ed.

sigh

Thanks. I have that, but for some reason missed the “stdlib” section.
That is exactly what I want.

Note, though, that this is not based on the current version of Ruby.


James B.

“A principle or axiom is of no value without the rules for applying it.”

  • Len Bullard

#6

Patrick H. wrote:

There is one in the one-click ruby installer, in the doc dir, made from
PickAxe, 1st ed.

Also FYI you can generate chm with rdoc --fmt rdoc …

You have to download and install the HtmlHelp software from Microsoft if
you do not already have the CHM compiler.


James B.

“A principle or axiom is of no value without the rules for applying it.”

  • Len Bullard