I just created a PDF version of the entire JUCE API so that I could put it on my iPad. It’s about 3,200 pages and all the links are live (well, at least the ones I tried) so you can quickly jump from one place to another.
I am wondering if this would be useful to others and if so I could make it available for download at my website ---- however I would only do this with the permission of the copyright owner.
Adobe acrobat professional can spider a website and save the results as a PDF. It works pretty well most of the time altough it’s not quite as optimized as I would like. For example it reloads stuff that it has already seen (like images used on multiple pages) and I had to block google-analytics.com to stop acrobat from downloading it 3,200 times.
I did this for Max/MSP a few months ago after cycling 74 told me they couldn’t provide their docs in PDF format. After I sent it to them, they asked me if I would make it available for download, which I did.
Ah, I see. Sounds like a bit of a faff to do that every time it changes… I think there is some kind of way to get doxygen to produce PDF via Latex or something… I might have a go next time I’m doing documentation stuff.