Updating HTML docs?

Russ Schnapp rlssdpm at schnapp.org
Fri Jul 11 17:53:27 CDT 2003


On 7/11/2003 3:22 PM, Stewart, Alan SPAWAR wrote:
> I use this from the ActivePerl docs under ActivePerl::DocTools;
>     #!perl
>     # update HTML TOC after non-ppm installation
>     use ActivePerl::DocTools;
>     ActivePerl::DocTools::WriteTOC();
> This (re)generates the TOC from any and all HTML in the dir tree.

Actually, from looking at DocTools.pm, it sure looks like what I want to
do is

...which will go through all the modules (in @INC, presumably -- I am as
yet unfamiliar with Pod::Find::pod_find()) and build the HTML
documentation.  And THEN it also invokes WriteTOC().



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