Re: GTK-Doc External Links

Ok. So now I see that gtkdoc-rebase is a perl script that gets run on the command line.

Unfortunately when I run it nothing happens...none of the html files are modified. So, if anyone has any ideas that would be helpful. Barring that I will have to break out my perl book and walk through the script to see what the problem is.


On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 8:22 AM, Jeff Johnston <> wrote:
Thanks! But do you have an example of how that is used? I see other projects have a reference to gtkdoc-rebase but it is not obvious on how to actually define (use) that. When I first saw your reply I thought it was going to be a command line option when using ./configure (like --enable-gtk-doc), but it does not seem to work like that.


2011/1/12 David Nečas <yeti physics muni cz>

On Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 05:00:28PM -0600, Jeff Johnston wrote:
> Does anyone know how I can get my external links to point to the correct
> URL, or at least turn them off?

It depends on what you mean by correct because...

> For instance I have extended the GtkTreeView and I have a nice Hierarchy
> (with links) that GTK-Doc created for me. However, all the links in the
> generated html code are pointing to the local file system.

...this is definitely correct for some values of correct (the links
point to something that does not disappear when you lose network
connectivity).  To change them to on-line locations use
gtkdoc-rebase --online.


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