- Search Docs
- Find documentation for a selected term.
- 314 Installs
The Search Docs Nova extension allows you to quickly search your favourite language's documentation by right-clicking on a term.
Use the Search Docs... (
⌘@) right-click command to look up a selected term using the default web browser, or for shell scripts, the Terminal.
Appropriate docs for the current language are automatically selected based on the editor's syntax mode. Languages with multiple commonly-used docs can be changed using the Syntax mode preferences item.
- Python: Python Docs, or Python 2.x Docs
- Ruby: Ruby Documentation
- PHP: PHP Manual
- Perl: perldoc.pl
- Shell Script:
- SQL: MariaDB Knowledge Base, Microsoft SQL Docs, or MySQL Documentation
*Support includes CSS preprocessors. Also supports TypeScript and Vue when separate extensions are installed.
- Version 0.1: Initial release
- Version 0.2: Added support for the Vue and TypeScript extensions.
- Version 0.2.1: Add repo details
This project is provided under the MIT license:
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