RDoc'ed versions of stdlib files

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Gavin Sinclair, Aug 12, 2003.

  1. [This thread has travelled from ruby-code to personal email and now to
    ruby-talk, since it may be of general interest.]
    Heh, it's much simpler than that: they're in the Ruby CVS!

    About 12 files have been RDoc'ed so far. Many of these were done prior to
    the release of 1.8, so a standard 1.8 install will have RDoc comments in
    matrix.rb, find.rb, complex.rb, and a few others. If you grab the latest
    CVS, all of lib/net is RDoc'ed.

    Yes, you have to run 'rdoc' yourself. The output may be a bit messy; all
    comments welcome. Bleeding-edge rdoc features (read: CVS) are required.

    Gavin Sinclair, Aug 12, 2003
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