DevHelp is a developer's help program for GNOME.
|Tags||Software Development Documentation Desktop Environment GNOME|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release mainly features Mozilla compatibility issues. It adds support to build against Firefox, and no longer needs a shell script to set a bunch of Mozilla variables. The scrollbars have also been fixed to use the GTK theme settings to render so that it looks like another GTK+ application. Older versions also had a problem where fonts where rendered smaller in DevHelp than on the rest of the desktop. This has now been fixed.
Release Notes: Three new translations were added and 11 others were updated. Searching for substrings is now supported - "gtk new" will give you all gtk constructors. Accelerators for back and forward were added.
Release Notes: This release is mainly a bugfix release that fixes a couple of build issues and crash bugs in 0.9. It also features a couple of new translations and updates to existing ones.
Release Notes: This version switches to using Gecko for HTML rendering rather than Gtkhtml2, which solves a number of rendering related bugs. This version also includes support for setting fonts for the rendered text. Another nice feature in this release is that Devhelp now remembers its layout, size, and position between sessions.
Release Notes: A crash was fixed. Error handling was improved. A memory leak was plugged. Usability fixes were made. The emacs and vim scripts are now distributed. The --geometry option was added. UI fixes were made. GConf toolbar and menu settings are now honored.