On 30.01.2013, at 12:54, John Keeping wrote:
> On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 12:46:47PM +0100, Max Horn wrote:
>> does anybody know a website where one can view that latest git
>> documentation? Here, "latest" means "latest release" (though being
>> also able to access it for "next" would of course be a nice bonus,
>> likewise for older versions). While I do have those docs on my local
>> machine, I would like to access them online, too (e.g. easier to
>> pointer people at this, I can access it from other machines, etc.).
> How about http://git-htmldocs.googlecode.com/git/ ?
> It's just a directory listing of the git-htmldocs repository that Junio
> maintains - the latest update was yesterday: Autogenerated HTML docs for
> [I didn't know Google Code let you view the repository like that, but I
> got there by clicking the "raw" link against one of the files so I
> assume it's not likely to go away.]
Thanks John, that looks pretty good!
In addition, I just discovered
which contains git docs from Arch Linux, Debian, FreeBSD and Ubuntu packages.
And since Arch tends to have the latest, so does manned.org. And best, it even
lets me browser to older versions of a file.
So, taken together, I guess that solves my problem -- with John's link, I can
see the bleeding edge versions, with manned.org the latest released version (as
soon as Arch Linux catches up, which seems to be pretty quick :-).
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