How To View Documentation in doc/app

G’Day-

Noob question:

I’m currently working through the examples in Agile Development With
Rails. On page 182, the book shows you how to generate documentation
for your application using RDoc.

I’ve done that successfully, but the problem I’m having is that I
can’t seem to view the documentation.

Is there a command to run?

I’ve tried pointing a browser to
http://localhost:3000/doc/app/index.html
to no avail.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Hello,

The documentation is generated under doc/app in your rails project
folder
when you run rake doc:app. As far as I know, the documentation isn’t
served
by script/server. You probably wouldn’t want it to be anyway, because
it
could also be served when you deploy and then anyone could view your
documentation and portions of your code whether you intended to release
that
information or not.

The easiest way to view the generated documentation is to hit file/open
in
your web browser and then open doc/app/index.html under your rails
project
folder.

-Dan

One of the things that Arti (arti-ar.cfcl.com) does is to make
the RDoc-generated HTML files available via a separate server.

-r

http://www.cfcl.com/rdm Rich M.
http://www.cfcl.com/rdm/resume [email protected]
http://www.cfcl.com/rdm/weblog +1 650-873-7841

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