rdoc, :"symbol", warning msg

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Patrick Gundlach, Aug 9, 2005.

  1. Hello out there,

    I have a statement that looks like this:

    when :foo, :"foo/", :"/foo", :"/foo/", :"foo/>", :"/foo>", :"/foo/>"

    but rdoc barks on it:

    lib/foo.rb:209:26: ':' not followed by identified or operator

    even when I enclose this line in

    # :stopdoc:
    and
    # :startdoc:

    I get the same message. Could anybody help me getting rid of these
    messages? I think that the when statement is valid, isn't it?

    Patrick
     
    Patrick Gundlach, Aug 9, 2005
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