Michalis Kamburelis edited this page Jan 7, 2017 · 3 revisions

For some item types like classes or units you may write very large descriptions to give an adequate introduction. However, these large texts are not appropriate in an overview list. Use the abstract tag to give a short explanation of what an item is about. One row of text is a good rule of thumb. Of course, there should only be one abstract tag per description.


  { @abstract(This class does some very useful thing.)
    With the help of this class you can ...
    (more text that describes how very very
    useful is this class follows). }
  TMyClass = class ...

The abstract text will appear in the overview section of the documentation (if the document format supports this overview section), and will also appear as the first paragraph of the item full documentation.

Note that can avoid writing explicit @abstract tag if you use --auto-abstract command-line option.

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