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Special Forums UNIX Desktop Questions & Answers The OPERA browser Post 17368 by Kanu77 on Thursday 14th of March 2002 05:55:27 AM
Old 03-14-2002
The OPERA browser

I have just seen someone using the OPERA browser - it looks quite good and seems to have a friendly GUI.

Can I get this for UNIX(Solaris 8 is my OS)??? Does anyone have this installed on their UNIX workstation?? How is it performing??

All comments and advice is welcome!!
 

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monodoc(1)						      General Commands Manual							monodoc(1)

NAME
monodoc - GUI Mono documentation browser SYNOPSIS
monodoc [options] DESCRIPTION
monodoc is a GTK#-based browser for viewing collected API documentation for CLI libraries installed on the system RUNTIME OPTIONS
The following options are available for browsing documentation: TOPIC Start the browser at TOPIC (ex. N:System, T:System.Object, M:System.Object.Equals, and P: for properties, F: for fields, E: for events, etc.) --help Print a brief instructions on usage --about About the monodoc browser --html TOPIC Print the HTML contents of TOPIC --make-index Create the documentation index --make-search-index Create the searchable documentation index --engine Select a browser backend (Gecko, GtkHtml, WebKit, MonoWebBrowser) The following options are available for authoring documentation: --assemble Runs the doc assembler --cs-to-ecma DOCFILE ASSEMBLY OUTPUT LIBRARY-NAME Converts C# documentation to Monodoc format --edit path Edit (unassembled) documentation at path --get-sourcesdir Prints the location of monodoc sources --merge-changes CHANGE_FILE [TARGET_DIR] --normalize Format a documentation file consistently --validate Validate the XML files SEE ALSO mono(1), mdassembler(1), mdcs2ecma(1), mdnormalizer(1), mdvalidator(1), monodocs2html(1), monodocer(1) monodoc(1)

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