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Generating documentation

Moderators: kris

Posted: 12/29/07 18:04:24 Modified: 12/30/07 22:36:09

Generating documentation for most of the tango library is pretty easy: dsss build --doc (although it's currently necessary to include the deprecated switch: dsss build --doc -C-d).

However this currently only covers the "user" part of the library. The following addition to dmd.conf is good enough for generating the documentation (although I wouldn't want anyone to try using the binaries generated by this):


EDIT: The reason for posting this was to suggest providing a way to generate documentation for the remainder of the library. The above does this to a limited extent... If you're wondering why I don't just use the online versions it mostly because I prefer loading the pages from my HD, although the versions dsss generates do have some advantages like the "Package" tab.

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