[Lazarus] Searchable docs online

Michael Van Canneyt michael at freepascal.org
Fri Jul 6 11:58:32 CEST 2018

On Fri, 6 Jul 2018, Anthony Walter wrote:

> Michael,
> It's mostly Typescript, and the source is on the page (F12 developer tools,
> source map is automatically linked). The Typescript detects key presses,
> resets a short timeout, invokes XMLHttpRequest, and rebuilds the drop down
> using a template. The server part that response to XMLHttpRequest is based
> on a simple IHttpHandler HandleRequest method that just responds with the
> same HTML you are using.

Typescript on a page about lazarus ? 
pas2js is the way to go these days ;-)

I was not talking about the autocomplete, this is easily handled.
I will add that later on, after all it's just a first version what I put online...

I'm more interested in the underlying docs structure. I've been thinking
about adding an option to fpdoc to create a HTML version using frames, it
would save me some work if I could reuse the work you did.

Well, never mind.


(BTW your server is not responding currently)

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