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"ocamldoc ... -text README" raises exception #5690

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vicuna opened this issue Jul 17, 2012 · 1 comment
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"ocamldoc ... -text README" raises exception #5690

vicuna opened this issue Jul 17, 2012 · 1 comment

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@vicuna vicuna commented Jul 17, 2012

Original bug ID: 5690
Reporter: rmikhov
Assigned to: @zoggy
Status: closed (set by @zoggy on 2012-08-16T09:49:01Z)
Resolution: fixed
Priority: low
Severity: trivial
Version: 3.12.1
Fixed in version: 4.00.1+dev
Category: ocamldoc

Bug description

Ocamldoc has the useful feature to be able to include a text file in the generated documentation, but unfortunately this text file must have an extension.

"ocamldoc ... -text README" raises Invalid_argument("Filename.chop_extension"). The problem is that coding standards often require to name your file README so you have to rename it, run ocamldoc, and rename it back... Also, it would be nice if it didn't show up in the list of modules.

Sorry to bother you.

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@vicuna vicuna commented Aug 16, 2012

Comment author: @zoggy

Handling -text files with no extension is now possible (Revision 12862 in version/4.00 and revision 12863 in trunk).

They will still appear in the module list, though, to benefit from cross referencing possibilities.

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