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dasht - 💁 Search API docs offline, in terminal or browser

  •    Shell

The name "dasht" is a portmanteau of Dash and the letter "t", for terminal. Etymologically, "dasht" is Persian for plain, as in an flat expanse of land, which aptly characterizes the terminal environment where everything is text. Local search engine for web browsers.

atom-dash - Dash documentation integration with Atom

  •    CoffeeScript

Simple Dash documentation integration for Atom. Please note: This plugin also works with Velocity or Zeal on Windows, and Zeal on Linux.

DashDox - Haxe API Dash docset.

  •    Haxe

Haxe API docset for Dash / Zeal. To the extent possible under law, Andy Li has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to Haxe API docset generator. This work is published from: Hong Kong.




emmet-docset - emmet docset for dash

  •    Javascript

Emmet (formerly Zen Coding) DocSet for Dash.

dash-docset-generator - Node

  •    HTML

See the example-docsets directory if you (like me) are not into reading about code. Regardless of the format of your custom docset, it needs to set a few configuration parameters to build correctly. Here's a sample config in YAML (JSON works too).

octave-docset - Octave documentation as Dash docset

  •    Python

Octave is a programming language for matrix mathematical calculations. It is very similar to MatLab and its syntax is almost interchangable. I use Octave at university for Machine Learning and Speech Processing calculations. Dash is an API Documentation Browser and Code Snippet Manager for Mac. If you are using Windows or Linux you probably want to have a look at Zeal which is quite similar to Dash.


PyTorch-docset - PyTorch docset! use with Dash, Zeal, Velocity, or LovelyDocs.

  •    Python

Generate a docset for PyTorch documentation (0.2.0) and tutorials.






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