WebRI v0.1.0 released

WebRI is Webrick-based RI browser. It makes it fairly convenient to
browse API documetation in hierachical fashion.

http://tigerops.rubyforge.org/webri

This is the initial release of WebRI.

I threw this together as a proof of concept, but it turns out to already
be quite usable. I’ll add missing features and clean it up as time
permits. Same goes for the website.

Becuase RI itself isn’t very fast, if you use WebRI against the entire
set of installed Ruby libraries it can take a few seconds to load up. It
would be nice to use FastRI instead, for speed, but FastRI does not
support HTML output as of yet.

== CHANGES

=== 0.1.0 / 2008-03-28

  • Initial release.
  • Shelling out to RI b/c it’s easier than using the RDoc API.
  • Not using FastRI b/c no HTML output.

On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 1:59 AM, [email protected] wrote:

== CHANGES

=== 0.1.0 / 2008-03-28

  • Initial release.
  • Shelling out to RI b/c it’s easier than using the RDoc API.
  • Not using FastRI b/c no HTML output.

Got a problem when running webri on the bacon source.

In the constants section:
“0.9"Hash.new(0)”"Hash.new { |_, name| raise NameError, “no such
context: #{name.inspect}”// unless defined? RestrictName// unless
defined? RestrictContext

^ manveru

On Apr 3, 3:56 am, “Michael F.” [email protected] wrote:

In the constants section:
“0.9"Hash.new(0)”"Hash.new { |_, name| raise NameError, “no such
context: #{name.inspect}”// unless defined? RestrictName// unless
defined? RestrictContext

I’ve noticed constants aren’t being displayed right in general. In the
cases I’ve seen the name of constant just doesn’t appear, alhtough
it’s description does. I’ll look into it and see what’s what.

Thanks,
T.

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs