cairnsww at gmail.com
Tue Apr 13 19:18:01 BST 2010
Thanks Corrie - been there done that. I find directories called
glade-3, glade-common, glade-gnome-3 and glade-doc.
But glade-doc (which I would have thought a likely candidate) has
files AUTHORS, copyright and TODO and directories changelog, help,
examples and so on. 'help' sounded helpful but a couple more
directories down I find an XML file that might be useful if I had the
right decoding software ...
The other top level directories aren't quite so useful - they all tell
me who the authors are though :-)
I feel that I am missing something important!
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:57 PM, Corrie Strydom <corrie206 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 7:53 PM, Bill Cairns <cairnsww at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am still confused. I download a package off synaptic and am careful
>> to download the documentation too. The package is there ok - but
>> where. oh where, is the documentation?
>> At the moment I am playing with Glade (with Python) and am enjoying it
>> a lot. There are some nice tutorials that have helped me get past the
>> first fumblings. But now I have reached the stage when I want some
>> hard documentation to help me past the first 'cut and paste and forget
>> the details" level. I want a manual, not a tutorial. (I would settle
>> for a tutorial that went past the very basics and was written for a
>> Python user!)
>> I went back to Synaptic and downloaded everything that said it was
>> Glade documentation. So, somewhere on my computer, I have downloaded a
>> stack of Glade documentation. How do I get to it and use it?
>> Confused Bill
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> Hi Bill, have a look under /usr/share/doc/
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