How to get copy of API docs

Hi, I don’t have intranet at home and so I tried to mirror the website http://wiki.libsdl.org/APIByCategory but I got a message saying that I was using too much bandwidth and should read what I already downloaded. I wanted to know, is there someway of getting the API docs without mirroring the site? I know most people will not have control over this but I can’t find a better way of getting in contact with those who do. I check the .robots.txt file to see if the admin left any instrctions there but the file was nonexistent.

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I too would like to be able to download the entire wiki structure (with soft
links) so that it could be browsed offline. Perhaps someone could pack it in a
zip or tar.gz file on the main website?

Currently the html contains hard links such as

SDL_video.h

Making them soft links by making the href relative to the current page would
allow offline browsing.

Or, if someone is really adventurous, package it up as a pdf with searchable
links.

JeffOn Monday 08 September 2014 10:25:58 frank ernest wrote:

Hi, I don’t have intranet at home and so I tried to mirror the website
http://wiki.libsdl.org/APIByCategory but I got a message saying that I was
using too much bandwidth and should read what I already downloaded. I
wanted to know, is there someway of getting the API docs without mirroring
the site? I know most people will not have control over this but I can’t
find a better way of getting in contact with those who do. I check the
.robots.txt file to see if the admin left any instrctions there but the
file was nonexistent. _______________________________________________

Meanwhile there are some nice developers tutorials & books about SDL (1)
that could have offlineability.

I’ve continued searching for ways to get a copy, I found that they are included in the sdl-devel rpm package of my Suse linux distro. They normally include docs for such things in a seperate doc package so I did not notice the docs at first.

Thanks

Have you looked here?

http://www.libsdl.org/tmp/SDL-wiki.zip

2014-09-15 18:03 GMT+04:00, frank ernest :> I’ve continued searching for ways to get a copy, I found that they are

included in the sdl-devel rpm package of my Suse linux distro. They normally
include docs for such things in a seperate doc package so I did not notice
the docs at first.

Thanks


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