also is the #! still required in ecukes.el? My tool finds the summary on the second line too but lm-summary from built-in lisp-mnt.el does not.
fix summary line
Hi, I will not merge this right now due to pull request #69 (#69), which changes the file structure a bit. I will leave this open as a reminder to fix it once the pull request have been merged.
Could you please merge this now? If this causes a merge conflict later on, then it will be one that is very easy to resolve :-)
Really sorry about the delay...
I'm planning to work on the v0.3 milestone this weekend and this is a part of that.
I'm currently working on releasing v0.3 (branch here https://github.com/rejeep/ecukes/tree/v0.3). There are a lot of changes compared to this one. Can you please take a look at it and tell me if you'd like me to change any header information there?
I would suggest that for ecukes.el you copy the header from the master branch and then replace the "See README" with the content of that file.
Does your script automatically pick up what file to parse or do you have to specify it manually?
For a package foo it uses the first file named foo.el that it finds. This can be overwritten though. You are going to suggest that I should parse ecukes instead of ecukes.el, right? :-)
You got me! :)
I think it would be better if it's not a big issue for you...
It doesn't make sense to parse ecukes.el since it's not the "init file". The file ecukes is the init file and depending on if Ecukes runs from terminal or from inside Emacs, ecukes-term.el or ecukes.el runs resp.
I have reverted to auto-detect ecukes.el as "main library" as I cannot extract anything from ecukes because it is a shell script. This way I can at least extract the summary.
fix summary line