I think they are added when you install the -doc packages for what your
wanting. I'm not sure if there is a list of packages that are available
for devhelp. I think the difference between breezy and dapper versions
of devhelp is that the docs were in separate devhelp packages but are
now integrated into devhelp itself or the individual -doc packages. I
could be wrong on that though. I do have pygtk docs for example.
> In the issue #3 of UWN there was an article about program DevHelp.
> And you wrote, that "In addition to the documentation available via Devhelp by
> default you can install more documentation".
> I've searched in the repos, but there is no documentation in dev help format for
> dapper, such packages exist only for breezy.
> Am I looking in a wrong place? Where can I find Gtk+ or Gnome
> documentation in devhelp format for dapper?
> can3p, [hidden email]