"David A. Rogers" <darogers@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > When I started dinking around with the beide, I found the menu to do > interface lookup. It told me that it was generating the > documentation and > after a while opened up a window to choose from a selection of links > to > pages on my local hard drive. The problem is that all the paths were > wrong. They contain a directory "cvt" that isn't in the path to the > actual pages. > > I don't know what app generated the pages in the first place, but it > seems > like a nice thing to have working. Advice? /boot/beos/documentation/CVT/HTML/Be Book is simply a link to /boot/beos/documentation/Be\ Book I have no idea why. (*CodeVarriorTocumentation? ö) The BeBook is part of the dev tools, which was a separate download. Neither of R5 PE and Pro included the dev tools by default. (this might be a good thing to spell out in an intro to coding for BeOS /OBOS) You should also have /boot/beos/documentation/Doc\ Bookmarks which seems to be the keyword database. (reference) /Jonas Sundström. www.kirilla.com * BeIDE is the offspring of a Metrowerks product called CodeWarrior, a popular dev IDE for Mac back when BeOS was ported to PowerPC.