Sorry, the docs are not actually stored in HTML form.  They are EZT
templates, so if we did make them downloadable you'd have to run an EZT web
server to view them.  The best we could do otherwise would be to spider them
ourselves.  So I don't think there's much worth doing here.

On Wed, Nov 12, 2008 at 5:25 PM, Scott Stafford <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:

> Hi -
> My company works on an intranet that doesn't have an internet
> connection.  For 3rd-party libraries, we typically download the
> documentation and host it locally.  I plan to use protobuf, but I
> don't see anywhere to download the docs.  Any chance they'll be added
> to the download package or offered as a separate package?  I can
> spider them but it's a pain and all the URLs and CSS are screwy...
> Thanks,
> Scott
> >

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