Could not build html documentation for Ruby with rdoc19

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Taro Iwakura, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. Taro Iwakura

    Taro Iwakura Guest

    I'm trying to build html documentation for ruby-1.9.1-p129.
    I have extracted source code and run command:
    rdoc19 -o /tmp/rdoc --inline-source --line-numbers -f html

    But it use too much memory (>2GB with swap) and I must kill process
    when it generated ~20MB of final html documentation.
    Can you, please, suggest how to solve this problem?

    Thanks
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    Taro Iwakura, Aug 4, 2009
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    Roger Pack Guest

    Taro Iwakura wrote:
    > I'm trying to build html documentation for ruby-1.9.1-p129.
    > I have extracted source code and run command:
    > rdoc19 -o /tmp/rdoc --inline-source --line-numbers -f html
    >
    > But it use too much memory (>2GB with swap) and I must kill process
    > when it generated ~20MB of final html documentation.
    > Can you, please, suggest how to solve this problem?


    Hmm. use the latest version of rdoc [what is rdoc19?]?
    I've run into this before, it does terminate eventually [for me], just
    takes awhile!

    here's online copies:
    http://rubydoc.ruby-forum.com/

    -r
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    Roger Pack, Aug 8, 2009
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    Matt Neuburg Guest

    Taro Iwakura <> wrote:

    > I must kill process
    > when it generated ~20MB of final html documentation.
    > Can you, please, suggest how to solve this problem?


    On my machine, the documentation is about 50 MB.

    m.
    Matt Neuburg, Aug 8, 2009
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