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  • doctree

    First-class library documentation for every language (based on tree-sitter), with symbol search & more. Lightweight single binary, run locally or self-host. Surfaces usage examples via Sourcegraph.

    Whoa, hey everyone! Wasn't expecting to see this on HN! I've literally only done a week of work on this, so it's super early stages. Here are our plans for it:

    * 100% OSS tool, run locally on your machine (static Go binary) or use (plug in a repository name, get docs) - really want this to be a proper, useful FOSS tool.

    * The online version doesn't exist yet, we do own the domain :)

    * Will work with any language, based on tree-sitter.

    * Will provide symbol-level search functionality.

    * We're thinking we can leverage Sourcegraph's open source code index to do statistical analysis of how functions are commonly called (what parameters look like most often), similar to, so that we can surface real-world usage examples automatically.

    Tech details (again, just a week in):

    * Go for backend, Elm for frontend

    * Indexers will be written in Go, use tree-sitter queries to produce a standard index schema which then gets served to Elm frontend for rendering.

    Probably so early stages it's not worth trying out right now, but if you're interested in it we set up a Discord server for collaboration, etc.

    Happy to answer any questions!

  • pow

    Zero-configuration Rack server for Mac OS X

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