Popup bubbles in Xcode don't show the "Reference" section, except for the main class. #356

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hibu opened this Issue Jun 7, 2013 · 6 comments

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hibu commented Jun 7, 2013

For all methods in a class, Apple documentation contains a "Reference" section with a link to the class-reference like this:
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Appledoc-generated documentation only contains this "Reference" section for the main class, but not for the methods within it.

Is this a not-implemented-yet feature, or is there a way to make it work already?

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Don't recall, but there were issues with Xcode integration since Xcode 4. I'm using Dash and plugin that relays docs to Dash. Find it much faster.

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tomaz commented Jun 9, 2013

Don't recall, but there were issues with Xcode integration since Xcode 4. I'm using Dash and plugin that relays docs to Dash. Find it much faster.

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MaxGabriel Jun 9, 2013

Not sure, but I seem to remember that using --docset-platform-family iphoneos helped with this?

Not sure, but I seem to remember that using --docset-platform-family iphoneos helped with this?

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I'm using the docset device family iphone, and it seems to work for my doc sets (xcode 4.6.3)

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robvdveer commented Aug 1, 2013

I'm using the docset device family iphone, and it seems to work for my doc sets (xcode 4.6.3)

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@hibu can you confirm the fix or is the issue still there for you? I suggest grabbing the lastest version and run a sudo sh ./install-appledoc.sh -t default, then regenerate your docset, and a restart of xcode.

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robvdveer commented Aug 2, 2013

@hibu can you confirm the fix or is the issue still there for you? I suggest grabbing the lastest version and run a sudo sh ./install-appledoc.sh -t default, then regenerate your docset, and a restart of xcode.

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hibu Aug 2, 2013

Upgraded using homebrew, I have version 2.1 (build 840). I tried adding --docset-platform-family with the value iphoneos to AppledocSettings.plist and regenerating the docsets, restart Xcode, etc. - still in the option-click bubble that pops up the Reference item does not appear on methods or properties, only for the main class.

hibu commented Aug 2, 2013

Upgraded using homebrew, I have version 2.1 (build 840). I tried adding --docset-platform-family with the value iphoneos to AppledocSettings.plist and regenerating the docsets, restart Xcode, etc. - still in the option-click bubble that pops up the Reference item does not appear on methods or properties, only for the main class.

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We are already working at release 2.1, and build 858, you may have the old sources!

http://simplicate.weebly.com

On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 12:44 PM, hibu notifications@github.com wrote:

Upgraded using homebrew, I have version 2.1 (build 840). I tried adding --docset-platform-family with the value iphoneos to AppledocSettings.plist and regenerating the docsets, restart Xcode, etc. - still in the option-click bubble that pops up the Reference item does not appear on methods or properties, only for the main class.

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robvdveer commented Aug 2, 2013

We are already working at release 2.1, and build 858, you may have the old sources!

http://simplicate.weebly.com

On Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 12:44 PM, hibu notifications@github.com wrote:

Upgraded using homebrew, I have version 2.1 (build 840). I tried adding --docset-platform-family with the value iphoneos to AppledocSettings.plist and regenerating the docsets, restart Xcode, etc. - still in the option-click bubble that pops up the Reference item does not appear on methods or properties, only for the main class.

Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub:
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