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

As of 2008-06-15, this is corrected, and problem described below doesn’t occur. However, the analogous problem is still noticeable when using @image or @include from Pascal include file {$I}. In other words, right now TBaseItem.BasePath takes current unit (or introduction/conclusion) path into account, but it still doesn’t take Pascal includes into account. To be fixed (using RawDescriptionInfo filename, there’s filename of included file) after 0.11.0.

IncludeTag and ImageTag should be corrected to interpret given filename relative to filename where they were used. Right now, they are relative to current directory where pasdoc is run. This means that images (or included files) may be incorrectly not found, or may be mistaken with some other file.

For example if you have files


and dir1/image.png and dir2/image.png are something different and both unit1.pas abd unit2.pas have @image(image.png) then you’re in trouble. Depending on where you will run pasdoc, either

  • dir1/image.png will be used twice, or

  • dir2/image.png will be used twice, or

  • pasdoc will not be able to find image.png at all.

And all three behaviors above are wrong. The only correct behavior is that unit1.pas docs use dir1/image.png and unit2.pas docs use dir2/image.png.

The test above is included in pasdoc sources in tests/todo/ok_different_image_same_filename/.

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