Documentation Download?

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Hi all,

 

I frequently need to reference the ASF API documentation.  I usually do this through the ASF explorer wich takes me to the documentation via the web.  Is there anywhere that I can download the documentation for offline viewing?  I've poked around a bit and can't seem to find it.  Thanks.

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There used to be, but they seemed to abandon that a couple of years ago.

 

To be honest, the so-called "documentation" is just the source comments (Doxygen) anyhow - so doesn't really add much

 

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Last Edited: Mon. Jan 9, 2017 - 03:09 PM
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awneil wrote:
is just the source comments (Doxygen) anyhow
If it's Doxygen in the source then why not just install a copy of Doxygen, add a doxyfile and build a local copy of your own anyway?

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It's a matter of convenience.  I really just wanted to have a quickly searchable local backup in case our network ever went down.  One of these days I'll probably go ahead and fire up doxygen and get it done.  I just find it strange that they don't provide a download anymore.  Thanks for the responses, it's much appreciated.