• leesavide

    Attempted to update via the User contributed docs, but they've disabled Git LFS on the repo, so that will have to wait for now. In the meantime, I've got the docsets hosted on Github here for Pythonista, and here for Editorial. If ever theres a hiccup in getting the docsets integrated with the official Dash Docsets, I'll keep the Github releases available as a backup.

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  • leesavide

    Hot diggity dayum, its time to update the docs :D

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  • leesavide

    I'm seeing the issue you mean now, they end up with pages that are far too wide for the screen, forcing zooming in to even read what's on some pages.

    I have 3 ideas for fixes:

    1. I have to ask @omz to change the styling he uses for the Sphinx build so they'll show all the pages in a mobile-aware setting.

    2. Turn your phone or iPad sideways for landscape mode so the pages fill more of the screen while you're reading. :P

    3. Make the app's font size smaller. This is part of the Dash app to accommodate pages that break the page flow and might be displayed incorrectly.

    The biggest issue with handling documentation is that when you want it in a certain format, sometimes its just easier to deal with what you have than have to shoot yourself in the foot, repeatedly, to get something to work a certain way. If there's anything I've learned from college and software developement, that's the best lesson I've learned thus far.

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  • leesavide

    I think you might need to try reuploading the image, as I'm getting a 403 on that link :< Imgur

    As for the 1.6 beta / 2.0, I'd need invites to the TestFlight for either version, as I can't get documents for apps I don't have access to :3

    Sadly, for images, you have to post them as links to content hosted elsewhere. :x

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  • leesavide

    I'll see if there's possibly a way to manipulate sphinx's html docs to do this. However, I don't understand why you'd have a viewport issue with the docs when they were originally built with the intention of being viewed on an iPhone. By default, most of the HTML documents in the docset are configured to have a dynamic viewport so they'll fit in the screen no matter what device you use to view them. Can you show a screenshot of what's happening with your copy?

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  • leesavide

    The docsets have been published successfully to the user contributed repository :D

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  • leesavide

    Seems they'll take the docs into the User contributed docsets, I just need to reissue the pull request. Part of the mistake was accidentally checking out with core.autocrlf set. I'll reissue it and keep you all up to date. (●▽● )

    I may have spoke too quickly and fumbled over my words:

    • The Pythonista docset uncompressed is 141 MB. Compressed in a tgz it is 70 MB.
    • The Editorial docset uncompressed is about ~40 MB. Compressed in a tgz it is about ~7 MB.

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  • leesavide

    I've made a pull request for the User contributed docsets, but seeing as the Pythonista docset is just under 70 MB alone, it might be better to host it separately. As for Editorial, it's significantly smaller, so that shouldn't be a big problem.

    As a backup plan, I've also made GitHub repos for both Pythonista and Editorial; that way even if they aren't accepted into the user contributed docsets for being too large of uploads, they'll still be available for people to build on their own and install locally. Any contributions for bugs (broken links, missing files, etc.) are welcome and encouraged.

    EDIT: When I initially generated the docset on Windows, it seems the script skipped over files it had errors on, resulting in a smaller size docset. On Mac or Linux, though, no errors are produced, and the docsets generate as normal...making the Pythonista docset 141 MB, not 70. (´●▽● `) Because GitHub has a 100 MB file limit, I would stick to building these locally.

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  • leesavide

    @Tizzy I was originally planning to just host them on my user page, but your idea is MUCH better, so I'll do that :D

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  • leesavide

    In that case, I'll post it later today :) I'm kinda glad that for once I didn't have to jump through a bunch of hoops to get a solution, which is phenomenally rare.

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