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Chris B. Vetter
Mon, 25 Nov 2002 12:03:28 -0800
a few things about autogsdoc I noticed...
Instance variables marked as @public and @protected are both listed as
@public, but their 'type' (eg. int, NSString) isn't given.
Is this on purpose?
A 'static inline' function defined in a header file won't be listed
under Function, even when properly commented.
Is there a way around it? (Besides makeing it a 'normal' function)
Wrapping examples in <pre></pre> is reasonable, but why an additional
<p> before and after? The distance to preceding and following paragraphs
gives the impression that something is missing.
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