URLs/Links in Makedoc
[1/3] from: tmoeller:fastmail:fm at: 12-Apr-2006 14:40
Hi, i am playing around with the makedoc.r script for some generated Dokumentation. In the docs ( at http://www.rebol.net/docs/makedoc/md1.html)is mentioned that urls are possible. I tried it with something like "=url test.html MyTEST" as described, but no link is produced. Has this feature been removed??? Is there a reason why it does not work anymore??? Cheers Thorsten -- http://www.fastmail.fm - IMAP accessible web-mail
[2/3] from: massung:gm:ail at: 12-Apr-2006 8:41
I haven't tried URLs within MakeDoc2.r yet, but one thing I have noticed is that whitespace is very important when using MakeDoc. For example, the following doesn't work (as expected): *Bullet item 1 *Bullet item 2 It needs to be: *Bullet item 1 *Bullet item 2 Is it possible that you aren't using the "correct" whitespace? This threw me for multiple loops when first learning to use MakeDoc. Of course, now I can't seem to live without it. I just wish that \notes and [indented] code shared the same width -- but that's a minor issue. Jeff M. On 4/12/06, Thorsten Moeller <tmoeller-fastmail.fm> wrote:
> Hi, > i am playing around with the makedoc.r script for some generated
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[3/3] from: tmoeller::fastmail::fm at: 13-Apr-2006 9:56
Hi Jeff, i am aware of the whitespace problems. I analysed the the 2.5.6 Version of makedoc2 a little further. It lacks the emit url function and the option =url. At some time it must have been removed, because in the old makedoc docs it is mentioned to be a new feature. I searched ALTMe yesterday. There is a Makedoc section. There i found a link to a modified version with url support i can use. Thanks for your hint Jeff. Thorsten On Wed, 12 Apr 2006 08:41:39 -0500, "Jeff Massung" <massung-gmail.com> said:
> I haven't tried URLs within MakeDoc2.r yet, but one thing I have noticed > is
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