iDocSetHelper is a helper tool for iDocSet.
Thanks to Bonjour, iDocSetHelper can find iOS devices running iDocSet, package and upload docsets over wifi. If there are no networks available, iDocSetHelper can upload docsets over USB (it's more faster than wifi)
iDocSetHelper is easy to use, just 3 steps:
1. Select device;
2. Select docsets you want to upload to your device;
3. Click "Upload" button.
Notice: It is strongly recommended that you turn off iOS device Auto-Lock feature before uploading. (Launch Settings app, select "General" -> "Auto-Lock", select "Never") Uploading will failed when device locked automatically.
Right Click On DocSet:
Right Click On Search Path:
2019.6.2New: 6.1 released: supports uploading developer documentation of Xcode 10.0; supports dark mode;
2017.12.9: 6.0 released: supports uploading developer documentation of Xcode 9.0 or later;
2017.1.5: 5.1 released: supports listing iOS 10 and macOS 10.12 API;
2016.11.2: 5.0 released: supports Dash tarix format docsets; supports add packed docsets (xar files) to search path and upload; supports auto scan search path;
2016.4.13: 4.0 released: supports management of docset search path (drag and drop supported), user do not need modify search path configuration file by hand from now on;
2014.10.19: 3.1.1 released: fix cannot find some dash docsets;
2014.6.20: 3.1 released: automatically find pre-release docsets for iOS 8 and OS X 10.10;
2014.4.28: 3.0 released: support upload docsets over USB;
2014.2.23: 2.0 released, improve user experiences as follows:
2013.10.12: Since 1.1, user can upload docsets in Dash or other specified directories. iDocSetHelper now read docset directory names from ~/.iDocSetHelper file. By default, the ~/.iDocSetHelper file contents is as follows:
~/Library/Developer/Shared/Documentation/DocSets ~/Library/Application Support/Dash/DocSetsUser can add one or more directory names for searching docsets.