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Go packages #143

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zoli opened this Issue May 12, 2014 · 8 comments

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zoli commented May 12, 2014

We could use godoc for adding go packages documentation existing in $GOPATH to zeal.

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vially commented Apr 6, 2015

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cewood commented Aug 30, 2015

Dash added support for fetching GoDocs from godocs.org, is there any plan to implement support for this feature in Zeal?

Regarding the local $GOPATH package documentation, Kapeli commented that he'd look at adding support for that to Dash, but doesn't seem to have done anything with it still; golang/gddo#149 (comment)

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trollixx commented Aug 31, 2015

I would not expect this implemented in the nearest future. A significant piece of Zeal needs a refactoring and/or rewriting to make support for different docset formats pluggable, and I lack enough of free time at the moment. :(

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AGPDev commented Jun 22, 2017

Dead ?

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trollixx commented Jun 22, 2017

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AGPDev commented Jun 22, 2017

exists way to make this manual, or other alternative ?

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trollixx commented Jun 23, 2017

There are tools like dashing or doc2dash that can generate docsets from a set of HTML files. I am not aware of anything specifically intended for Go documentation.

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wuudjac commented Mar 26, 2018

Hi, I've written a command line tool called godocdash to do it.

https://github.com/wuudjac/godocdash

Typically, just go get this command and run, it takes only a few seconds to generate the docset.

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