> (*) Removal of the words "on page xxx" and laboriously replacing them 
> all with real hyperlinks to the content being referenced.

Great !!

Nice work, Gavin ....Thanks.

Gavin Kistner wrote:

> http://phrogz.net/ProgrammingRuby/
> is 'done' [1].
>
>
> What does it offer you versus other, existing online versions of the 
> book?
>
> (*) The framed version keeps synchronized a frame for the Wiki pages 
> "ProgrammingRubyTwo", which hold various corrections and updated 
> information for 1.8.1 [2]
>
> (*) Removal of the words "on page xxx" and laboriously replacing them 
> all with real hyperlinks to the content being referenced.
>
> (*) A really comprehensive table of contents, including splitting the 
> chapters out into their correct sectioning. [3]
>
> (*) A more pleasing display style, especially for the reference 
> library (IMHO)
>
> (*) A little widget for breaking the content out of the frameset, and 
> putting it back in. (In Safari/Mozilla this is in the upper right of 
> the content pages...in IE it's at the very bottom of the content.)
>
> (*) HTML4 valid markup ;)
>
> (*) 20+ missing pages from the key "The Ruby Language" section.
>
>
>
> What doesn't it offer?
>
> (*) New content. Updates are framed next to the old content, but this 
> is still basically the same source as the various 0.4 versions out there.
>
> (*) The Figures. Again...this is drawn from the same XML source, and 
> the various Figures referenced throughout the book aren't publicly 
> available other than in the print copy.
>
>
>
> Enjoy, and please let me know if you have stylystic improvements you'd 
> like to see, or additional features that I can derive from the 
> existing content.
>
>
> -- 
> (-, /\ \/ / /\/
>
>
>
> [1] I still plan on adding a good index, as well as duplicating the 
> quick-links to methods at the top of each class.
>
> [2] Please help contribute! If you know of something that's new to 1.8 
> that's not in the Book, please edit the associated Wiki page so all 
> can benefit.
>
> [3] For the sake of your speedy browsing and my server, PLEASE set 
> your browser to the default cache setting (for IEWin, it should be 
> "Automatically"). Without this, some browsers (IEWin) will hit the 
> server for EACH image referenced, EVERY time. Over 1,000 hits just to 
> load the nav, as it foolishly ensures the image is up-to-date each time.