After installing Zeal go to Tools ⟶ Docsets to browse and download docsets.
You can limit search results to a specific (or a set of specific) docsets.
The docset filter and the search query are delimited by a colon character (
stringwill search all docsets for
python:stringwill search only docsets related to Python for
|Focus Search Bar||Ctrl+K or Ctrl+L|
|Find in page||Ctrl+F or /|
|Close Tab||Ctrl+W (Ctrl+F4 on Windows)|
|Select Tab 1 to 8||Alt+1 through Alt+8|
|Select Last Tab||Alt+9|
|Zoom In||Ctrl+= or Ctrl++|
An Atom package is available at https://atom.io/packages/dash.
There is a Brackets integration available at https://github.com/anephew/brackets-zeal.
There is an Emacs package available at https://github.com/jinzhu/zeal-at-point.
There is an IDEA plugin available at https://plugins.jetbrains.com/plugin/7351?pr=idea.
KTextEditor (Kate, KWrite, KDevelop, Kile, etc)
A plugin for KTextEditor-based editors is available at https://github.com/g3ar/ZealSearch.
There is a Sublime Text 2/3 package available at https://github.com/vaanwd/Zeal.
There is a Vim plugin available at https://github.com/KabbAmine/zeavim.vim.
Or you can use https://github.com/keith/investigate.vim with something like this in .vimrc:
let g:investigate_command_for_python = '/usr/bin/zeal ^s'
A simpler way to integrate with Vim is a simple mapping, like
:nnoremap gz :!zeal "<cword>"&<CR><CR>
Visual Studio Code
There is a VSCode plugin available at https://github.com/deerawan/vscode-dash.