How to download the Jmonkey wiki for reading offline?

How can i download the Jmonkey wiki to read offline?

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If you’re on a Linux system with Git and Node.js installed, you can do:

$ nvm install --lts
$ git clone
$ cd wiki
$ npm install
$ npm run buildDocs

Then open a web browser and browse to the “build/site” subdirectory.


Thanks a lot sir. But what if i already have Git installed in my PC without Node.js, can i still clone the wiki and browse the source file like a regular HTML document?

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You can browse the source files, but they are AsciiDoc, not HTML.

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Understood. I wish this came bundled along with the latest sdk just to make it easier for newbies :grin:

You can use httrack

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