[fpc-pascal] can we have fpc's doc in chm format? [Patch]

Tomas Hajny 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
> anything.
> http://hainesservice.com/andrew/chms/
> 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 
my bincomp 
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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