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Re: [MBS] MIDI Destinations and External Devices   -   Ron Benditt
  [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)   -   Frederik Seiffert
   Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)   -   Juergen Schreck
   Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)   -   Christian Schmitz
    Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)   -   keith
     Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)   -   Christian Schmitz

[MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)
Date: 16.01.04 17:17 (Fri, 16 Jan 2004 17:17:29 +0100)
From: Frederik Seiffert
I think a search function for MBS classes and methods only would help a lot.

In order to work in the offline version you could have a JavaScript search
function, where you generate an array of all class and method names in a
JavaScript file and write a simple search for this array.

(Christian: Maybe you know the CD version of the book "Taschenbuch der
Mathematik" from Bronstein et al. This contains a very simple offline
search written in JS.)

--On Donnerstag, 15. Januar 2004 23:04 Uhr +0100 Christian Schmitz
<<email address removed>> wrote:

>> I really think you need a full alphabetical index of classes, methods and
>> properties.
>
> Tell me how this list should look like and I change my docu application
> to make it.

Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)
Date: 16.01.04 19:57 (Fri, 16 Jan 2004 12:57:47 -0600)
From: Juergen Schreck
Also, Adobe Photoshop help has it's own JS search engine.

Juergen

On 1/16/04 10:17 AM, "Frederik Seiffert" <<email address removed>>
wrote:

> I think a search function for MBS classes and methods only would help a lot.
>
> In order to work in the offline version you could have a JavaScript search
> function, where you generate an array of all class and method names in a
> JavaScript file and write a simple search for this array.
>
> (Christian: Maybe you know the CD version of the book "Taschenbuch der
> Mathematik" from Bronstein et al. This contains a very simple offline
> search written in JS.)
>
> --On Donnerstag, 15. Januar 2004 23:04 Uhr +0100 Christian Schmitz
> <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
>>> I really think you need a full alphabetical index of classes, methods and
>>> properties.
>>
>> Tell me how this list should look like and I change my docu application
>> to make it.
>

Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)
Date: 17.01.04 23:35 (Sat, 17 Jan 2004 23:35:58 +0100)
From: Christian Schmitz
Frederik Seiffert <<email address removed>> wrote:

> I think a search function for MBS classes and methods only would help a lot.

I had a JavaScript search, but it had over 1 MB in filesize and was
quite slow.

Maybe someone (or I) can write a fast HTML folder search.

Mfg
Christian

Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)
Date: 18.01.04 00:14 (Sun, 18 Jan 2004 10:14:19 +1100)
From: keith
How about a searchable sql database? (Postgres)
I can help if you want help.

Keith

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christian Schmitz" <<email address removed>>
To: <<email address removed>>
Sent: Sunday, January 18, 2004 9:35 AM
Subject: Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)

> Frederik Seiffert <<email address removed>> wrote:
>
> > I think a search function for MBS classes and methods only would help a
lot.
>
> I had a JavaScript search, but it had over 1 MB in filesize and was
> quite slow.
>
> Maybe someone (or I) can write a fast HTML folder search.
>
> Mfg
> Christian
>
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Re: [MBS] MBS documentation (was: Language support?)
Date: 18.01.04 03:05 (Sun, 18 Jan 2004 03:05:13 +0100)
From: Christian Schmitz
keith <<email address removed>> wrote:

> How about a searchable sql database? (Postgres)
> I can help if you want help.

Just try it.

Mfg
Christian