luis at anachreon.co.uk
Thu Sep 21 11:05:22 CDT 2006
Not sure of it now!... I'm still not up on XML.
Thanks for the link, although it asks me to log in (not a member after
seeing it's rarely used...).
Björnke von Gierke wrote:
> The Rev documentation is indeed a stack, all the data is however in XML
> format, i know Benedikt has made his own XML reader for the
> documentation, maybe you can do that too?
> His Stack can be found on the RunRev forum:
> On Sep 21 2006, at 16:51, Luis wrote:
>> Is there anywhere a hierarchical Transcript reference? I was hoping to
>> copy it out of the user guide, but there is no reference there.
>> I suppose the Scripters Handbook is an option but I can't afford that.
>> I have downloaded the revdocsPDF from the their site and had a look at
>> the Vocabulary Listing, but this is for Rev 2.12.
>> It's be nice to have a tree/hierarchical reference with the commands
>> grouped into functionality and maybe colour coded to indicate platform
>> I was thinking of maybe doing this via Rev, but I don't see where I
>> can get it to 'inspect itself' (hmm, unless the inbuilt Documentation
>> is also a stack...).
>> Anyroad, I just like quick references which give an overview of the
>> language and its structure (prevents having to guess at which commands
>> are available in the Dictionary for one!).
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