|Subject:||Re: datetick, reason for explicitly undocumented behavior?|
|Date:||Mon, 2 Jan 2017 10:34:14 +0100|
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Le 01/01/2017 à 22:42, Julien Bect a écrit :
Le 01/01/2017 à 20:48, siko1056 a écrit :
I should never have said "simple"...
My first attempts have failed because inputParser is detected as "Not documented":
>> [text format] = get_help_text ("inputParser")
format = Not documented
>> get_first_help_sentence ('inputParser')
error: get_first_help_sentence: 'inputParser' is not documented
I have made some patches to the generate_html package to handle undocumented functions, and now will try again to generate the doc.
But there are some very annoying things, however, that I don't know how to avoid---perhaps some of you do:
1) Figures keep popping up while I generate the doc. Is there a way to generate it "silently" (figures being drawn in the background, or not drawn at all)?
2) There is a (long) series of dialogs/pop-ups, where I have to click on some buttons to continue... Is there any way to avoid that?
In case it matters, here is how I (try to) generate the doc:
>> pkg load generate_html
>> generate_html_manual ('/home/bect/.local/src/octave-default', './octave-function-reference', 'octave-forge')
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