javascript modules index: tester with IE wanted

Sean Hinde <>
Fri Sep 6 12:01:25 CEST 2002


I agree, very handy - I am now using it all the time in prefererence to all
other ways of reading the docs.

This would be a very nice addition to the full OTP documentation set i.e. a
new link - permuted_index_on_acid :)

Sean

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Per Bergqvist [mailto:]
> Sent: 06 September 2002 11:51
> To: 
> Cc: 
> Subject: Re: javascript modules index: tester with IE wanted
> 
> 
> Works fine with IE 6.0.2600 on XP Pro.                                
>                                                                       
> Very handy.                                                           
>                                                                       
> /Per                                                                  
>                                                                       
> > Hi,                                                                 
> >                                                                     
> > My last beta tester seems to have disappeared, though he claims not 
> to                                                                    
> > have been put off by IE getting its knickers in a knot and          
> threatening                                                           
> > to crash his laptop. Anyway:                                        
> >                                                                     
> > If you've got a minute and you're running an OS/Browser combination 
> > which is NOT linux/mozilla, point your browser at                   
> >                                                                     
> >    http://www.corelatus.com/~matthias/modules.html                  
> >                                                                     
> > and tell me whether it works or not for you. The idea is to type in 
> > the start of a library module (e.g. 'mn' gets you mnesia), hit enter
> > and see the man page. You need to have javascript enabled.          
> >                                                                     
> > If it doesn't work, speculation as to why not would be interesting. 
> > The searching is done by your browser (i.e. it doesn't use CGI), so 
> > it's possible to install the same thing locally. See                
> >                                                                     
> >    http://www.corelatus.com/~matthias/erlman.erl                    
> >                                                                     
> > Matt                                                                
> >                                                                     
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> Per Bergqvist                                                         
> Synapse Systems AB                                                    
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