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feature request: is_data or more general has_type helper #760

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maelle opened this Issue Jul 9, 2018 · 2 comments

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maelle commented Jul 9, 2018

Would it make sense for someone else than me to have a helper similar to has_concept that'd let me add all datasets in a section of the reference by simply typing something like has_type("data") in the config file? Thanks in any case.

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We could use keywords for this. So one could do @keyword data then has_keyword("data").

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jayhesselberth commented Jul 9, 2018

We could use keywords for this. So one could do @keyword data then has_keyword("data").

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Thanks! I'm worried that it wouldn't be specific enough because "data" could be a keyword in the doc of a function helping do something with data? And I'm also worried that using keyword means I'd have to write one more line of documentation instead of making the most of what I already have. 😉 But in general a keyword helper would be awesome!

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maelle commented Jul 9, 2018

Thanks! I'm worried that it wouldn't be specific enough because "data" could be a keyword in the doc of a function helping do something with data? And I'm also worried that using keyword means I'd have to write one more line of documentation instead of making the most of what I already have. 😉 But in general a keyword helper would be awesome!

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