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#1 Tribee

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Posted 13 October 2013 - 11:42 AM

How to add the doc set in xcode 5? (current instructions seem invalid)

 



#2 Dave Guerin

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Posted 16 October 2013 - 12:46 AM

Hi Tribee,

 

Xcode 5 doesn't provide an interface to add Doc Sets.

 

It's supposed to be possible to copy a Doc Set to ~/Library/Developer/Shared/Documentation/DocSets/ and Xcode will find it, but I've never tried it, and the STV Doc Set is distributed via a feed so I'm not sure how you'd get .docset file directly. I tried the URL in Safari and it tried to open in NetNewsWire.

 

I did find this http://documancer.com/xcode/ that says it can install feeds for Xcode, but I've never tried it.

 

I find the new documentation viewer in Xcode 5 not as good as the Xcode 4 one, you can't browse or see the top index page are my main issues. I've switched to using http://kapeli.com/dash for documentation, with it's Xcode plugin. Dash talks about sharing a feeds Doc Set so might work with the STV Doc Set feed. I've not tried it. I already had the STV Doc Set installed before the upgrade to Xcode 5 and Xcode just found it, and because Xcode had it installed Dash also just found it.

 

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Posted 16 October 2013 - 01:29 AM

Hi Dave,

 

I tried http://documancer.com/xcode/ and that is working well (install this free programm and add the feed to the STV documentation, http://www.sensiblec...leView-3.0.atom)

 

I have not yet tried Dash, but may take a look at that as well.

 

Suggestion for sensible Cocoa: update "Docset readme.rtf" with info about installing the abovementioned method for xcode 5.

 

Thank you very much for your clear explanation!

 

 







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