On Wed, Jan 30, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Max Horn <m...@quendi.de> wrote:
> 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 :-).
I'm curious... what's wrong with 'git checkout html' from the git repo
and just browsing them using a web browser?
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