wxwidgets-help (version 0.0.4)
Look up wxWidgets API in its html manual which is produced by doxygen.
w3m (the command line application and emacs plugin) is required.
wxwidgets-help is already uploaded to http://marmalade-repo.org/. So the best way to install it is through Emacs package manager.
Step 1, set environment variable WXWIN or WXWIDGETS to directory of wxWidgets.
For example, add one line into your ~/.bashrc,
export WXWIN=$HOME/wxWidgets-master # or export WXWIDGETS=$HOME/wxWidgets-master
Step 2, create html manual from wxWidgets source.
sudo apt-get install doxygen graphviz # if you use ubuntu/debian cd $WXWIN/docs/doxygen;WX_SKIP_DOXYGEN_VERSION_CHECK=1 ./regen.sh html
How to use it
Move the focus on any keyword you want to look up and then “M-x wxhelp-browse-class-or-api”.
BTW, the keyword is copied to the clipboard automatically.
You can report bugs at https://github.com/redguardtoo/wxwidgets-help. My email is <chenbin DOT sh AT gmail>.
Copyright (C) 2014 Chen Bin
Author: Chen Bin <chenbin DOT sh AT gmail> Keywords: wxWidgets C++
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