Re: CVS glib-reference question
- From: Damon Chaplin <damon karuna freeserve co uk>
- To: gtk-doc-list redhat com
- Subject: Re: CVS glib-reference question
- Date: Thu, 25 Nov 1999 20:47:26 +0000
Sebastian Wilhelmi wrote:
> Hi, all
> By accident ;-) I now discovered glib-reference in CVS.
> So three questions:
> * Can I simply commit my docs (that is for gthreads) to there?
Yes, please do. The HTML docs will then be updated automatically.
> * Should I stick to 1.2 or already document the upcoming 1.4 features?
I'd say stick to 1.2 for now, or we'll confuse people.
Maybe mention the 1.4 features in the main description.
> * Can I change glib-decl.txt, or is that file auto-generated? Specifically
> I want to document all the g_mutex/g_thread etc. macros, as if they were
> funcs (that is much simpler to understand), thus I need to change
glib-decl.txt is auto-generated, so don't change that.
To do what you want you can create a glib-overrides.txt and use the same format
as in glib-decl.txt. Declarations placed in glib-overrides.txt override those
in glib-decl.txt. (but make sure you add glib-overrides.txt to EXTRA_DIST in
The only problem is that we'll need to make sure it stays up to date in future.
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