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docelic committed Sep 21, 2004
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@@ -24,6 +24,7 @@ targets would include:
make OUTPUT/
make OUTPUT/xmldocs.css
+ make tmp/stattrees
make tmp/refs-autogen
make tmp/olinkdbs
@@ -88,8 +89,8 @@ DEVELOPMENT NOTES
it up.
sources - (not in CVS). If you create this directory, and fill it
in with subdirectories containing Interchange releases
- (say, 4.8.0/, 5.0.0/, 5.2.0, cvs-head/), then you can
- use bin/stattree to generate the source tree information.
+ (say, 4.8.0/, 5.0.0/, 5.2.0, cvs-head/), then you can run
+ 'make tmp/stattrees' to generate the source tree information.
Both sources/ and its subdirectories can be symlinks.
@@ -117,6 +118,7 @@ DEVELOPMENT NOTES
number of output files (interesting "leaf nodes" in a hash). Those
files are filesystem interface to tree-level statistics, and can be
used in numerous ways, XInclude for example.
+ Like: Interchange consists of <xi:include file='.../total.files'> files.
The XML "preprocessor" tool:
@@ -127,7 +129,7 @@ DEVELOPMENT NOTES
Autogeneration of the reference pages: ** IMPORTANT **
Creation of new documentation parts: ** IMPORTANT **
- When bin/stattree runs, it also collects information about all the "symbols"
+ When bin/stattree runs, it collects information about all the "symbols"
in the source it can find (symbols are anything: pragmas, global variables,
functions, tags, ...). It collects the symbol names together with all files
and line numbers (and few lines of context around them) where they
@@ -163,9 +165,9 @@ DEVELOPMENT NOTES
like this:
- refs/post_page/example-relative_pages
- refs/post_page/example:used-often
- refs/post_page/example.something
+ refs/post_page/example-relative_pages
+ refs/post_page/example:used-often
+ refs/post_page/example.something
(also, nothing prevents you from having more <example>s in the same file
if you like).

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