Many packages have their documentation in html. Is there some sort of
info utility to find locally installed html documentation and work with it?
I mean, I need a program which would conveniently search for files of html documentation. And then open it, and browse through it, and maybe some search engine, and cookies please. It would be the best if there were some root html file with links to all of the installed html documentation.
Otherwise, I need to use
find to find the file and then I open it in firefox. I also could look up where documentation files are in synaptic.. But all of this is not convenient in many ways.
Of course, one could write a couple scripts to search through the documentation etc. But I thought since the html documentation exists for many packages (and it won't go anywhere in near future) there could be a tool to work with it already.
(the situation with html docs is like if you had only files with man pages and no
I do not mean to open html in a terminal.