[PATCH] Allow application to use a website for documentation.

Jaroslaw Staniek js at iidea.pl
Thu Aug 21 23:07:31 BST 2008

Tom Albers said the following, On 2008-08-21 00:22:
> Hi, 
> As I see a trend that wiki's become more popular. An application developer might decide that he wants the documentation of his application in a wiki instead of a docbook. it might be a good idea to provide some support for that possibility in kdelibs. 
> Attached is a - straightforward - patch that makes it possible to call setDocumentationAddress( website ) on the KAboutData object. If the help function in the menu is used, not the KHelpCenter will launch, but the default browser with that website.
> I ask permission to commit in trunk and branch, please review, I'm not used to work in kdelibs.

That was also my proposal long time ago before we really started to use wikis 
in KDE. I think the wiki content can be fetched into something of reasonable 
quality and pacakges for offline use as well. That would mean less work for 

regards / pozdrawiam, Jaroslaw Staniek
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