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for whatever reason i seem to remember names of files in postgresql documentation.
for example – i know, that psql docs are in app-psql.html, base page for configuration options is runtime-config.html. manual for “alter table" sql command, is in sql-altertable.html.
yet full page url (http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/interactive/app-psql.html) is very long. on the other hand going to http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/interactive/ is nto really useful, as i need to find specific page which i remember filename, but not necessarily title.
is there any solution? apparently, yes, simply follow these steps:
- go to http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/interactive/
- bookmark this page
- go to “Bookmarks" -> “Organize Bookmarks…"
- find the bookmark that you just created, select it, and click on “properties" in toolbar
- in “keyword" enter letter “p" (without quotes)
- change url to http://www.postgresql.org/docs/current/interactive/%s.html
- press “ok" (you might want to create a special folder to hide this bookmark from standard view, as you will never use it directly)
and that's all. after you've done it, you can simply enter: “p app-psql" in your location edit box, press enter and you will be directed to correct page.
of course this trick works not only with postgresql docs. it can be used for google, search.postgresql.org, anything you want. but using this for postgresql manual will definitely shorten time spent on “going to manual"