That was my original intention, but there are SOOOOOO MANY files
(lemme see … 3223 at present) that I think CVS is not really up to
If you want to be at the bleeding edge, you can generate the docs from
the Ruby source yourself. That enables you to choose the absolute
latest code, or the 1.6.x code, or whatever. (The website shows the
latest 1.8 code.) I’m happy to assist you in setting that up; it is
meant to be easy.
In practical terms, though, I just suggest the following:
- download the docs at some point
- keep an eye on the history to see what’s been added
- when enough things have been added that you want the latest,
The tarball is still < 2MB. I’m thinking of removing the ZIP at > 4MB.
On Saturday, February 14, 2004, 8:44:30 AM, J.Herre wrote:
Gavin Sinclair wrote:
I’ve bumped the version of the documentation available at
to reflect the following major changes:
- All major Ruby libraries now included (added xsd, wsdl, etc).
- All ‘ext’ C-coded standard libraries added (none were there
before). This includes things like curses, dbm, openssl, stringio,
and so on. They are not documented, but their very addition is a
significant step forward (i.e. at least you can browse the
This is looking fantastic. Thanks to everyone involved for all the
Any chance of allowing anon cvs access as well as download?