No difference in the content. I made it mainly so I could have the dictionary available on my iPad in a searchable format. There is now an app available and Dash which provides the same type of thing.
On Jul 4, 2018, 8:41 PM -0400, Michel F. Lukawecki via use-livecode <[hidden email]>, wrote:
> Hi all.
> Being a newbie, I’m easily confused.
> Brian, is there a difference between your “online version of the dictionary to the LC 9.0 release” and what I find at Livecode Community/Contents/Tools/Documentation/pdf/LiveCode User Guide (9.0.0)?
> Michel F. Lukawecki
> Longueuil, Canada
> > On 2018-Jul-4, at 19:00, Brian Milby via use-livecode <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > I've finally updated my online version of the dictionary to the LC 9.0
> > release. In the process, I've posted the stack to my GitHub repo.
> > https://github.com/bwmilby/lc-misc/tree/master/WebDocMaker > >
> > The dictionary is available at:
> > https://milby.us/lc/docs/api.html > >
> > The guides are available at:
> > https://milby.us/lc/docs/guide.html > >
> > The files are probably much more appropriate to be self-hosted on a local
> > network though.
> > I have not tried to make it work better on small/mobile screens yet. I did
> > put the code in that allows it work on iOS to at least select dictionary
> > entries.
> > For those of us in the USA, Happy 4th of July!
> > Brian
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