[Rubygems-developers] Question about RDoc Files
rich at infoether.com
Wed Jun 16 16:35:49 EDT 2004
I can check tonight from home.
On 6/16/04 4:26 PM, "Chad Fowler" <chad at chadfowler.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 16 Jun 2004, Jim Weirich wrote:
> # Chad Fowler wrote:
> # >> This can probably be easily fixed, but before I make any changes, was
> # >> the choice of absolute file names deliberate? (or arbitrary ... sorry,
> # >> don't go there). I seem to recall some rdoc path problems with
> # >> windows machines and don't want to break anything there.
> # >
> # > I could accept absolutely no less than absolute file names.
> # Yes, you could accept that, which leaves open the possibility that you
> # could also accept relatively no less than relative file names.
> # I think ??
> # > I say give the change a try. :)
> # I have done so and have included the patch below. I didn't apply it to
> # the source, because it does touch the code that detects drive letters to
> # support rdocs on a different windows drive than the current directory (I
> # _think_ that's the purpose of the code).
> # So, could someone on a windows box could try the patch and see if I
> # broke --gen-rdoc on a windows platform?
> I tried this at work and it worked as far as I could tell. Can you go
> ahead and apply to CVS? If others have a chance to test (specifically
> Rich, who has been in the middle of this one for a while) it would be
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