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    You can access Zeal/Dash docsets from emacs too, with helm-dash.

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      Am I butterfly dreaming I’m a man? Or a bowling ball dreaming I’m a plate of sashimi? Never assume what you see and feel is real!

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        All life begins and ends with Nu.

        Fully expecting to be downvoted, but it’s what I was thinking, too.

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          As soon as I saw “Zeal” I had the Corridors of Time playing in my head.

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        Very happy to see this being maintained again. For a long time the binary packages wouldn’t install right and the Qt build had older qt devtools googe required AND didn’t build clean so it was kind of a mess.

        These days I’m happily back on OSX but IMO this is a super great tool and it’s always great to see cross platform :)

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          These days I’m happily back on OSX but IMO this is a super great tool and it’s always great to see cross platform :)

          But it doesn’t work on OSX?

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            It does, but the OSX specific version “Dash” that Zeal is patterned off of is much nicer on that platform. It integrates with other OSX services in ways Zeal doesn’t.

            Specifically, I have Dash hooked in via my launcher, Alfred, so I can do docset searches from anywhere with just a few keystrokes.

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          A normal browser won’t do? Why app-ify docs?

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            I find I’m a lot more productive when I disconnect my computer from the internet so it’s helpful to have offline docs.

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            “An offline documentation browser inspired by Dash.” Comes with lots of docsets.

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              I’ve been using Sunaku’s dasht for the shell in lieu of this for a while now and been very happy with it.