This is the complete API reference for OGRE; contained within are the specifications for each class and the methods on those classes which you can refer to when writing code which uses OGRE.
Yes, yes it is (and thank you for noticing). OGRE is a large and complex system so the API documentation, whilst fully inclusive and the most complete reference to OGRE that you'll find, is not the recommended way to start learning. You will certainly want to refer to this documentation once you have found your feet, and pretty soon referring to it will become second nature. Until then, you should begin with more discussive documentation such as:
We make an effort to document our classes fully so we hope you can find what you need here. However, if you can't find it, or you're not sure where to start looking, visit the main OGRE website and dip into the community areas like the wiki and the forums to get some assistance.
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