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Release Name: 3.3

RDoc produces HTML and command-line documentation for Ruby projects.  RDoc
includes the +rdoc+ and +ri+ tools for generating and displaying online

See RDoc for a description of RDoc's markup and basic use.

Changes: === 3.3 / ?? * Minor enhancements * The coverage report can now report undocumented method parameters including methods defined in C. rdoc -C gives a standard report, rdoc -C1 includes method parameters. Method parameters are considered documented if they're marked-up with +, or . * The C parser now uses *args instead of ... if no call-seq was provided to give names to the arguments. * Bug fixes * The C parser now records the file location of aliases, attributes, constants and methods allowing -C to work on C files. * Darkfish now handles dots in call-seq allowing ary.insert(index, obj...) to display correctly. Patch #6 by KUBO Takehiro. * Improved processing of meta-programmed methods when followed by unparseable syntax. RubyForge patch #28653 by Aidan Cully. * rdoc now touches the flag file when it create the output directory. Prevents the "isn't an RDoc directory" error if rdoc crashes. * RDoc now properly converts to the expected output encoding. RubyForge bug #28791 by Dzmitry Prakapenka. * Restored parsing of block comments. RubyForge bug #28668 by Stefano Crocco. * Metaprogrammed methods defined with blocks no longer confuse the ruby parser. RubyForge bug #28370 by Erik Hollensbe. * ri no longer displays all methods in the inheritance chain.