I personally tend to not restore them all. We've the latest major
version copied over from 1&1.
3.x is rather old now. Maybe it would be better to migrate the code to
5.x in order to have top of the line browser support.
But - maybe you can't for whatever reasons. I also have such projects
What you can do:
* use 3.0.2 linksÂ
Â Â http://www.qooxdoo.org/3.0.2/apiviewer/#qx
Â Â http://www.qooxdoo.org/3.0.2
* generate the stuff you need locally
Â $ cd framework && ./generate.py api
Â $ cd api && python -mSimpleHTTPServer
Â Browser to the port displayed on the CLI, and there is
Â your API browser.
Â For the docs, you need sphinx if you've a bare checkout. If
Â you don't have one, the manual should be pre-generated in the
Â framework tarball.
Â You can just move the documentation/manual directory to your
Â favorite webserver or start the above "python -mSimpleHTTPServer"
Â in it.
Post by bharath
It appears that lot of documentation pages and api viewers of older Qooxdoo
version are removed. I was trying to find api viewer for Qooxdoo 3.0.1
version ( Api Viewer <http://www.qooxdoo.org/3.0.1/apiviewer/#qx>Â Â ),
I bookmarked, but unfortunately all I see is "oops ... this page does not
I have also bookmarked several other pages like the page which
migration Qoodoo to 3.x ( link
ml>Â Â ).
All of them are goneÂ
Will these pages be restored at some point soon? Those pages were really
helpful and I hope they are not removed permanently.
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