lisp at clairvaux.org
Wed Jan 30 09:36:05 CST 2013
Well it works, and it's fast. If you would like to give it a try, you need to install a current copy of AppKiDo:
Then put point on a Cocoa function and type control-x, control-d.
AppKiDo will open to the appropriate page. You can then close the AppKiDo window, but keep the application running. That way your next lookup will be fast.
(The #@ reader macro works much better when you don't forget the #)
On Jan 30, 2013, at 9:02 AM, Glen Foy <lisp at clairvaux.org> wrote:
> Got it. Thanks anyway.
> On Jan 30, 2013, at 7:59 AM, Glen Foy <lisp at clairvaux.org> wrote:
>> If you are working with Cocoa, you probably already use the documentation browser AppKiDo. Last summer the author added a system service to the application. If you select the name of a Cocoa function and select the "Services" submenu, "Look Up in AppKiDo", the browser will open to the appropriate page.
>> I would like to add that to my documentation utility, so that typing control-x, control-d will do the same.
>> (#_NSPerformService @"Look Up in AppKido" pboard)
>> gives this error:
>>> Error: Extra arguments in (OS::|NSPerformService| @ "Look Up in AppKido" PBOARD)
>> Is this a problem with the database, or more likely, am I missing something?
>> Version 1.9-dev-r15612M-trunk (DarwinX8664)
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