[erlang-questions] erlang api documentation
Thu Oct 25 14:27:59 CEST 2007
This would be very useful indeed. I can suggest the following
the tasks you mentioned below: http://www.jquery.com.
This library solves most of cross-browser compatibility issues, gives
numerous higher order functions (filter, map, etc.), has built-in
methods for exploring the DOM model using XPath and similar access
methods, and much more. It only requires inclusion of a reference to a
And here's a nice site for fast access to jquery documentation:
Kenneth Lundin wrote:
> Hi again
> I have plans to improve the doc's in the direction you ask for.
> mentioned http://gotapi.com.
> But I think it is still a requirement that the doc's can be downloaded
> and browsed
> locally without the need for having a web-server running. I think it
> would be ok to
> comes to links between applications)
> The suggested approach in summary:
> - Stop using frames, Use CSS instead for the layout
> - Nicer fonts
> Any comments on this approach?
> /Kenneth Erlang/OTP team at Ericsson
> On 10/24/07, Frank Blecha <> wrote:
>> Ah, apologies for not being more specific. I've been a Java programmer for
>> last 10 years, and so I was asking specificaly about documentation that was
>> more like Sun produces (or even the Ruby docs). For example, it's nice to
>> have a link to all the methods at the top of the class/module instead of
>> scrolling down etc.
>> I have been able to find answers to my questions via the api, I just want to
>> find them faster.
>> - Frank
>> On 10/24/07, Kenneth Lundin <> wrote:
>>> Hi Frank,
>>> Please explain what you mean with "hyper linked" version and why you don't
>> as it
>>> seems, think that the available documentation on erlang.org
>>> is hyperlinked?
>>> We are well aware of that the html format is not modern and that it
>>> would be good with better search facilities but I don't know if that
>>> is what you are after.
>>> /Kenneth Erlang/OTP team at Ericsson
>>> On 10/24/07, Frank Blecha <> wrote:
>>>> Is there a hyper linked version out there somewhere? I have been using
>>>> module docs from erlang.org, but a linked version would be a bit
>>>> - Frank
>>>> Frank Blecha
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