I have installed the apt-packet vibe-doc
It have the rdmd generated docs and the examples.
But it don't have http://vibed.org/docs with its
installations and first step which is vital to get stated.
I used some time off-line trying to get something running from the
vibe-doc pages before going to the website.
So, I suggest that vibed.org get included in vibe-doc packet with a nice
README which explain how to run the site ;-)
Also having made a few php sites I have always admired php's on-line
documentation, because it allows users to add very helpful notes.
A similar wiki or comment system would be very nice and if those
comments got included in vibe-doc with vibed.org then we could use them
off-line as well.
On 2012-07-18 09:04, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
Am 18.07.2012 08:20, schrieb Knud Sørensen:
I am new to vibe.
Could you include the vibed.org code as an vibe example ?
It is always nice to have a more complex example to look at
when you are learning a new framework.
Also it would gives us all the documentation for off-line work
and I bet it wouldn't take long for someone to contribute a good search
function for the documentation.
vibed.org is actually already on github :)
But you are right, proper offline documentation is something I also
wanted to have some day.
By the way, if you need/want to have it now, you should be able to do
something like "rdmd --build-only -D -Dddocs -Isource
source\vibe\vibe.d" to get some bare DDOC HTML docs. The file names will
be awful though, because rdmd will only allow to output the module name
and not the package path. There is also no styling, no elaborate
structure or such, but it should more or less do the job.