One point to mention is I would like to see a convergence of both Rails and
Ruby (Core and Standard Library) documentation in one site…
Adding the Ruby core library should be simple I believe. It has RDoc
documentation available and as soon as I figure out how to generate
that rdoc I will add it to my site. Anyone know what packages RDoc
needs to be pointed at?
One key point for a usability standpoint would be that of removing the
frames (I am sure you are already on this), and providing the same
method/function per page that PHP has.
I like the single frame myself, but I’ll put a button in there to have
a frame/no frame switch for you Each method has it’s own [notes]
link now. So I was thinking that would be good enough. Not only that,
but every section of a class/file/module has it’s own notes.
Another point of recommendation is that of the URL search, whereby I can
type www.php.net/date and it will bring me up to the date functionality page
The search functionality you are asking for exists in two ways:
will bring you directly to the ActionController::Base class, or,
search for it.
I take your suggestion though and this will be improved using routes
(it’s a one line code change) so that it is even simpler:
http://rails.outertrack.com/ActionController::Base will bring you
directly to the page for that class if there is only one match for the
search, otherwise it will show you the search results.
Thanks for the feedback Nathan!