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, 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"
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
> 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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