On 5/10/06, Dave Howell <groups / grandfenwick.net> wrote:

> Fortunately, I have Ruby. I wrote a program (RDC) that generates HTML
> documentation via Rdoc for, well, whatever it can find. Gems mostly
> arrived with HTML documentation already built for them. RDC doesn't
> regenerate existing documentation. It checks the Ruby core, the gem
> dir, and the site dir. Each component gets its documentation stored in
> its own subtree, following the gem structure, more or less. Then RDC
> builds (or rebuilds, as needed) a master index page that links to all
> the other documents, thus providing the critical missing "Home Page"
> for Ruby HTML documentation.
>
> A search function would be nice, but that'd involve actually having a
> mini-web server or something running, instead of just the static file
> structure I have now. This has been working for me more than well
> enough to not provoke further tinkering. Which means it's working very
> well indeed. :)
>
> I just have to remember to run it after installing something new.

Well come on! Don't just say "it does this and that and makes coffee
and repairs your NTFS filesystem and launches space stations" and then
not tell us where we can get it!