Documentation for downloading and reading offline

Is there anywhere that I can download the Ruby/Rails documentation &
APIs so I can peruse it offline at leisure? I only have a dialup
connection at home and going online all the time to access important
documentation like that is a bit of a pain.

James M. wrote:

Is there anywhere that I can download the Ruby/Rails documentation &
APIs so I can peruse it offline at leisure? I only have a dialup
connection at home and going online all the time to access important
documentation like that is a bit of a pain.

Go to the command line and type gem_server - then, point your browser to
http://localhost:8808/
It should get you started… you can read the details about
active_record, etc. offline :slight_smile:

Cheers
Mohit.

Mohit S. wrote:

James M. wrote:

Is there anywhere that I can download the Ruby/Rails documentation &
APIs so I can peruse it offline at leisure? I only have a dialup
connection at home and going online all the time to access important
documentation like that is a bit of a pain.

Go to the command line and type gem_server - then, point your browser to
http://localhost:8808/
It should get you started… you can read the details about
active_record, etc. offline :slight_smile:

Cheers
Mohit.

Thanks. That’s a help, but it doesn’t give me everything. Rails is only
available as www, not as rdoc, and there doesn’t appear to be any
documentation for the core API in there.

You can download api docs in chm format here:
http://delynnberry.com/pages/rails-chm-documentation/

Hammed

get edge rails and “rake doc:rails”. you’ll find a little present in
/your/app/doc/api/*

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On 8/7/06, James M. [email protected] wrote:

Thanks. That’s a help, but it doesn’t give me everything. Rails is only
available as www, not as rdoc, and there doesn’t appear to be any
documentation for the core API in there.

You can download most any website with wget’s mirror option:

wget -m -np http://api.rubyonrails.com

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