[Haskell-cafe] need to find generated reflex/reflex-dom docs

Sridhar Ratnakumar srid at srid.ca
Thu Apr 26 01:52:39 UTC 2018

This doesn't directly answer your question but another way to get docs for reflex, including the other packages, is to use hoogle. 

Assuming your reflex project is based on reflex-project-skeleton[1], the following command will start a local hoogle server for all packages in your project (this includes reflex, reflex-dom, jsaddle, etc.):

nix-shell -A shells.ghc --run "hoogle serve --local -p 8080"


[1] https://github.com/ElvishJerricco/reflex-project-skeleton

On Fri, Apr 13, 2018, at 11:26 AM, Michael Litchard wrote:
> I've installed reflex-platform on ubuntu via nix, and am pretty sure I have local docs installed.
> I located this file
> /nix/store/hv5zkh1gmhklk4sgwhd8gy1q79l37zpc-reflex-dom-0.4-doc/share/doc/html/index.html

> But it doesn't lead to very much. I'm thinking I didn't do a full doc install. I'd like some advice on how to make sure I've got a complete local install of reflex docs.

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