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Date: 2011-03-07 09:41:22 +0000 (Mon, 07 Mar 2011)
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+This plugin uses libdevhelp to integrate Devhelp UI components and
+functionality directly into Geany's user interface. In case you didn't know,
+Devhelp is an API documentation browser mainly aimed at GNOME-related libraries,
+although there are Devhelp books for a wide range of library APIs. Check your
+package manager and/or Google and you should have no trouble finding books that
+can be viewed with Devhelp.
+User Interface Changes
+When you load the plugin, two things are added to Geany's UI. The first is a
+new tab labeled 'Devhelp' in the Sidebar notebook. Inside this notebook page
+are two sub-tabs; Contents and Search. Contents lets you browse all of the
+books at once and see their table of contents in a tree view. Search, not
+surprisingly lets you search all of the books for a search term. The second
+UI element that gets added to Geany is the 'Documentation' tab. Depending on
+your preference choice, this new tab is either found in the main area, where
+it will be next to a new tab called 'Code' which now holds the existing
+documents tabs. If you choose to, you can also have the 'Documentation' tab
+appear in the bottom message area, allowing you to see the documentation and
+your code at the same time. There is also a preference for whether you want
+to move the main Sidebar tabs to the bottom position or leave them at your
+previously selected location.
+There are three keybindings that can be set using the Geany Preferences dialog.
+The first keybinding is called 'Toggle Devhelp (Contents Tab)' and it will
+activate the Devhelp tab in the Sidebar and it's Contents sub-tab. The second
+keybinding is called 'Toggle Devhelp (Search Tab)' and does the same thing
+but with the Search tab. The third keybinding is called 'Search for Current
+Symbol/Tag' and when activate it will take the word/symbol where the cursor is
+in the current document and search for it, activating both the Devhelp Sidebar
+tab and the Documentation tab for you.
+There's one more way to invoke a search for the current symbol. If you right
+click on the current document, on a tag/symbol you want help on, the context
+menu that appears will have an item called 'Search Devhelp for "foo"...",
+which, when activated, will do the same thing as the 'Search for Current
+Symbol/Tag' keybinding explained above.
+The Devhelp plugin is part of the combined Geany Plugins release. For more
+information and downloads, please visit:
+Get the code from:
+ svn checkout http://geany-plugins.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/geany-plugins/trunk/geany-plugins
+The Devhelp plugin depends on 'libdevhelp-1.0' and 'webkit-1.0', on top of the
+regular Geany depenedencies (ie glib-2.0, gtk+-2.0, etc).
+The Devhelp plugin is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public
+License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the
+License, or (at your option) any later version. You should have received a copy
+of the GNU General Public License along with the Devhelp plugin, in the COPYING
+file. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.
+Bug Reports and Feature Requests
+To report a bug or ask for a new feature, please use the Geany-Plugins tracker
+on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=222729
+You can email me at <codebrainz at users.sourceforge.net>, or find me on the
+#geany IRC channel on FreeNode, with the nickname 'codebrainz'.
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