Omitting frames in RDoc html output

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Gennady Bystritksy, May 25, 2005.

  1. Hi, rdoc gurus

    Is there an easy way to omit "Files" frame when generating html with
    Rdoc? It does not seem to contain any useful information anyways, and in
    my case is is even misleading, as it shows file paths in my development
    tree, which is different from where files are installed on the target
    system. I can certainly work around the path problem, however I would be
    more interested not to show that frame at all.

    Thanks you,
    Gennady Bystritsky.
     
    Gennady Bystritksy, May 25, 2005
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  2. Hello Gennady,

    GB> Hi, rdoc gurus

    GB> Is there an easy way to omit "Files" frame when generating html with
    GB> Rdoc? It does not seem to contain any useful information anyways, and in
    GB> my case is is even misleading, as it shows file paths in my development
    GB> tree, which is different from where files are installed on the target
    GB> system. I can certainly work around the path problem, however I would be
    GB> more interested not to show that frame at all.

    And it is wasting screen space ... but i think the answer is no. You
    have to write your own (patched) output formater and this is a lot of work.


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    Lothar Scholz, May 25, 2005
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