[erlang-questions] [ANN] OTP 17.0 on erldocs.com
Tue May 6 19:33:04 CEST 2014
It definitely looks better, but seems like it’s still not possible to show the old style spec’s like we used to?
IIRC there was some issue getting that to work which is unfortunate as it was super useful.
Thanks for updating the docs,
On May 6, 2014, at 10:01 AM, Pierre Fenoll <pierrefenoll@REDACTED> wrote:
> Erldocs, an alternative Erlang/OTP documentation and a doc generation tool has been updated!
> You will find documentation for Erlang/OTP release 17.0 at http://erldocs.com/
> I have patched erldocs to be able to build the docs for 17.0-rc2 and 17.0
> and was finally able to generate detailed specs information.
> For instance, here is the gb_sets page…
> before: http://erldocs.com/R16B02/stdlib/gb_sets.html?i=1&search=gb_sets#add/2
> after: http://erldocs.com/17.0/stdlib/gb_sets.html?i=1&search=gb_sets#add/2
> Still, there is an issue about missing include directories that inhibits my changes for some files:
> The zip page before http://erldocs.com/R16B02/stdlib/zip.html?i=0&search=zip:cr#create/2
> …and after: http://erldocs.com/17.0/stdlib/zip.html?i=0&search=zip:cre#create/2
> (It is an ongoing work)
> As always, you'll find tarballs of the docs for different releases of OTP on erldocs.com.
> You can also build the docs for your own projects with the same tool hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/fenollp/erldocs
> Thanks to @daleharvey for this easy to maintain tool and to GitHub, hosting erldocs.com through gh-pages.
> I also want to thank those that sent patches, suggestions and bug reports.
> Pierre Fenoll
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