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[REBOL] Re: documenting

From: jjmmes:y:ahoo:es at: 30-Aug-2002 11:13

Hi Andrew, Do you consider that your Values functions are in to the higher documentation standard ? To me, that is the basic way to document proposed by rebol and more than enough (in fact more than basic, because you include Example in many headers and I recall RT has separate files with more info like examples, etc..). I don't view that as a rewrite. What ideas you have on this ? Going back to your Values lib, I'm sure you have very useful functions but without an automatic summary like the one I propose it's hard for others to adopt (think of learning rebol core but not having a list of the functions, ..) I think when you write a ton of functions you need to have some sort of structure that makes them useful to others because the overall structure is normally only in the head of the developer. With a simple script you can have a basic clasification (+ the help output) like text processing: func1 func2 cgi: func3 func4 list processing: func5 ... dialects: funcX and for each func --USE: --DESCRIPTION: --ARGUMENTS: Does this make sense ? --- Andrew Martin <[Al--Bri--xtra--co--nz]> escribió: > jose wrote: