[TxMt] Searching for Objective-C documentation

Dave Baldwin dave.baldwin at 3dlabs.com
Tue May 27 07:44:34 UTC 2008

On 26 May 2008, at 22:17, Allan Odgaard wrote:

> On 16 Apr 2008, at 14:16, Dave Baldwin wrote:
>> The current Documentation for Word /  Selection and Documentation  
>> for Selector in the Objective-C bundle doesn't find a many of the  
>> classes and selectors for lots of things now in Leopard  
>> (CAAnimation, for example) or in the iPhone SDK.
>> Having looked at the existing implementations of these commands I  
>> decided it would be easier to replace them rather than hack what  
>> was there already.  My implementation of these commands uses an  
>> Apple supplied tool (docsetutil) to search for the word, etc. in  
>> the docsets so don't need any private index lists to find words  
>> quickly. [...]
> This is awesome, thanks!
> Definitely we will role this into the default bundle. We can do a  
> check for 10.4 and fall back on the old stuff in that case, as this  
> is too good a gem to pass on :)
> Also, I need it to fallback on ‘man’ (section 2-9) so it still finds  
> documentation for stuff in the standard C library and POSIX. I’ll  
> look into that in the nearest future and then do a commit.

Version with the man stuff and some other fixes.


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