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Provide already built up-to-date offline html/pdf docs for Cocos Creator #832

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Steph155 opened this issue Feb 10, 2019 · 8 comments

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commented Feb 10, 2019

Greetings here. For the SAKE of a ready to use and up to date documentation, do the build yourselves and provide a link to the downloadable html/pdf docs of Cocos Creator, google drive is more than enough for that.
Don't ask me to build anything. I want a download link. Think about a solution ASAP, we're in 2019...

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commented Feb 11, 2019

Sorry, we have limited manpower and no energy to maintain these offline versions.

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commented Feb 11, 2019

Are you telling me you don't update your gitbook anymore? In any case, it's very, very bad.
How many years do you plan to stay like that ? You should do all that's neccessary to grow your manpower and your time for the engine's documentation, especially the offline one.
The readme is not very explicit about how to build the offline pdf or html documentation. I had errors trying to npm run the docs.
Make a youtube video and publish the tutorial's link, PLEEEASE !

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commented Feb 11, 2019

The Creator gitbook is always updated in real time, and there are four versions of the document maintained base on the Creator version.

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If you need to use the offline version, you can refer to the following ways:

  1. You can fork or clone the document or API document from the GitHub, switch the corresponding branch according to your needs.

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  1. Follow the Readme steps to build the documents directly:

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commented Feb 11, 2019

In which step did you have an error? Can you attach steps and error messages?

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commented Feb 12, 2019

We haven't tried to build a PDF. Please refer to https://toolchain.gitbook.com/ebook.html

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