January 30, 2012
I've found myself using dman more than I thought I would, but it is a little annoying when it fails to find a page and I navigate to it manually -- I wouldn't mind if I could improve dman for the next release.

Perhaps a text file on GitHub we could submit pull requests to?

Thanks,
-Bernard.
January 30, 2012
On 1/30/2012 12:04 AM, Bernard Helyer wrote:
> I've found myself using dman more than I thought I would, but it is a little
> annoying when it fails to find a page and I navigate to it manually -- I
> wouldn't mind if I could improve dman for the next release.
>
> Perhaps a text file on GitHub we could submit pull requests to?

I decided against a text file that dman reads because, inevitably, people will have problems with dman not finding that file, or finding the wrong one, etc. I thought it would be more bulletproof if it was a standalone executable.

Definitely its internal database, though, is too small.

Eventually, it should have everything in it that has an html anchor name on the web site.
January 31, 2012
On Monday, 30 January 2012 at 11:12:36 UTC, Walter Bright wrote:
> On 1/30/2012 12:04 AM, Bernard Helyer wrote:
>> I've found myself using dman more than I thought I would, but it is a little
>> annoying when it fails to find a page and I navigate to it manually -- I
>> wouldn't mind if I could improve dman for the next release.
>>
>> Perhaps a text file on GitHub we could submit pull requests to?
>
> I decided against a text file that dman reads because, inevitably, people will have problems with dman not finding that file, or finding the wrong one, etc. I thought it would be more bulletproof if it was a standalone executable.
>
> Definitely its internal database, though, is too small.
>
> Eventually, it should have everything in it that has an html anchor name on the web site.

Couldn't it be a text file that is compiled in with import()? Or a d file with a single function containing add(name, url); for each entry. Some stand alone and easy to read/edit.
February 01, 2012
On 1/31/2012 8:19 AM, Jesse Phillips wrote:
> Couldn't it be a text file that is compiled in with import()? Or a d file with a
> single function containing add(name, url); for each entry. Some stand alone and
> easy to read/edit.

It already does that to some extent.
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