Cool API reference thingy

Hi –

Have a look at http://gotapi.com. It’s very cool.

David

Very cool David. Interface acts a little strange in mac FF2 but
otherwise
it’s successfully distracted me from my work.
Thanks for the link.

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  • Greg N.

nice site.

i swear i saw some open source documentation generator generates
something very similar right from source code. with the search assisted
search and everything.

anyone else?

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Hi –

Have a look at http://gotapi.com. It’s very cool.

It’s nice, but in the Ruby Core Classes section, the sidebar links to
individual methods seem to be broken.

On Fri, Nov 03, 2006 at 02:25:05PM +0900, franco wrote:

i swear i saw some open source documentation generator generates
something very similar right from source code. with the search assisted
search and everything.

I made one for ActionScript (using Ruby, of course),

http://www.badgers-in-foil.co.uk/projects/as2api/

though my DHTML-search-thingy is very poor compared to the gotapi one.

ta,
dave

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