At 12:41 PM -0500 4/11/1999, Ed Carp wrote:
>> book now that wouldbe an idea, i have found teh html
>> "documentation" if you can use that for for a bunch of html
>> files to be very heavy going.
>That's because you're probably not getting it from the right place. There's
>only two pages you really need: http://www.mysql.com/Manual/manual_toc.html
>which is the table of contents, and http://www.mysql.com/Manual/manual.html
>which is the actual manual itself. That's only two files, not "a bunch".
That's true. On the other hand, the file which is the manual itself
is quite long. It takes a while to download, and, even if one has
a local copy, can take a while for browsers to load. I prefer the
one-file-per-chapter version of the HTML manual, since my browser
usually loads the chapter pages more quickly. This per-chapter
version is the one that every message on this mailing list has a pointer
to in the message trailer. It's:
and you should also see this URL at the bottom of this message.
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped
Northern League Chronicles: http://www.snake.net/nl/