[fpc-pascal] can we have fpc's doc in chm format? [Patch]
XHajT03 at mbox.vol.cz
Sun Dec 9 22:35:58 CET 2007
On 9 Dec 07, at 14:10, Andrew Haines wrote:
> Michael Van Canneyt wrote:
> > On Fri, 7 Dec 2007, Andrew Haines wrote:
> >> PS you can have a peek at some chm's I made with fpdoc here:
> >> http://hainesservice.com/andrew/chms/ they are all crosslinked.
> > With kchmviewer I get the following errors:
> > An error occurred while loading ms-its:/home/michael/Documents/fcl.chm::/streamio/assignstream.html:
> > The file or folder ms-its:/home/michael/Documents/fcl.chm::/streamio/assignstream.html does not exist
> > Same for every other page, even the index page.
> > With chmsee, I can load the initial page, but the first 5 units or so cannot be found.
> > Others seem to work well. So it seems that there are some glitches in the file generation.
> > Nevertheless, the basic functionalities seem to be there, so kudos to you... :)
> Okay, I've regenerated the files with a 32bit version of fpdoc and put
> them at the link below. the md5's are different and also diff says the
> files differ. The new files are the same size as the old ones. The only
> thing different is fpdoc(32 bit instead of 64) I've not updated fpc or
> Can anyone recommend a program to compare files that can tell me the
> places at which they are different? Thanks
Apart from many other tools, you could e.g. use
Compile it for your platform and run, it should
be more or less self-explaining. I've only used
it under OS/2, DOS and Win32 so far, but it
should hopefully work on other platforms too.
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