Downloading API docs?

Hello,

I use a lot the ruby-gnome2 API documentations from the ruby-gnome2

wiki “hiki”. They’re much better than what comes with rbbr, because rbbr
only lists the classes, methods & signals, there are no comments as far
as I can tell.
The problem is that I can’t reach that documentation without
internet access, and also sometimes ruby-gnome2.sourceforge.jp is down,
or just very slow to access from europe.

Is there a way to download that documentation on the local hard disk

to browse it there?

Thank you!

emmanuel


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Emmanuel T. wrote:

Is there a way to download that documentation on the local hard
disk to browse it there?
I should have said that I saw that it can be downloaded in RD format,
but I don’t know what to do from those files. I would like a HTML
browsable documentation, with links, like what’s on the website, or
rdoc.
Is it possible to transform those RD files in a HTML documentation?

Thank you!

emmanuel


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