Folks, Is api.rubyonrails.com the best source for RoR API info? Do any other formats exist, that are easier to navigate/search? Thanks, Marcus Marcus Blankenship Technology Services - Software Group JELD-WEN, inc. Information Systems 541-882-3451 x 2558 email@example.com RELIABILITY for real life* This correspondence is for the named person's use only. It may contain confidential or legally privileged information and is intended solely for the named addressee. If you receive this correspondence in error, please notify the sender and delete it from your system. You must not disclose, copy or rely on any part of this correspondence if you are not the intended recipient.
on 2006-05-22 22:46
on 2006-05-22 22:49
Someone posted this link last week, I love it! http://rails.outertrack.com/
on 2006-05-22 23:25
> Is api.rubyonrails.com the best source for RoR API info? Do any other > formats exist, that are easier to navigate/search? the all have the same info, generated via rdoc. google for 'annotatable rails source code' and check redhanded for a 'remix' of the rdoc browser. if you want to talk about how to get docs for all the method_missing and other dynamic stuff, then we're talking.. i guess maybe a methodfinder could walk around and look for all the places method_missing is used (maybe redefine method_missing first so it populates a global list whnever its initialized?) i dunno. i havent gone that crazy yet..