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Installation Instructions

When you download a tarball or zipfile, be aware that you can install it. This will copy the documentation to a central directory so your browser bookmarks will remain valid as you install new versions. Installation is optional; you can point your browser to stdlib/index.html wherever you unpack it and all the documentation will be accessible.

Here is an example installation session.

[/tmp/ruby-doc-stdlib-0.8.1] $ ruby install.rb --help

  Usage: ruby install.rb [options]
  Options:
      -d, --doc-base DIR               Install documentation to DIR/stdlib
      -f, --force                      Don't ask any questions; just install
      -i, --interactive                Confirm any risky actions
      -h, --help                       Show this message

[/tmp/ruby-doc-stdlib-0.8.1] $ ruby install.rb

  /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib contains the same version you want to install.
  Shall I bother? [y/N] y

  Installing stdlib directory to /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib
  You happy to proceed? [y/N] y
  
   * copying files to /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib.tmp
   * removing old installation
   * moving temporary files to /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib
  
  Successfully installed to /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib.
  Please point your browser to /usr/local/doc/ruby/stdlib/index.html.

The installer takes care of existing installations and asks you before doing anything risky.