Re: unable to have enum in doc...

On Fri, Jun 07, 2002 at 11:11:28AM +0200, Jean-Francois LECOMTE wrote:
> i use gtk-doc 0.9
> my work use gtk2.0
> enum are defined like this :
> typedef enum
>   {
>   } LimdiDocState ;
> It seems to be bound with regexp line 465 of gtkdoc-scan
> replacing
>    if ($decl =~ m/\}\s*(\w+)?;\s*$/) {
> with
>    if ($decl =~ m/\}\s*(\w+)\s*;\s*$/) {
> solve the pb for me !

Not too surprising. The gtk-doc expressions are pretty tightly bound to
the coding styles in the big GNOME projects and I haven't seen any of
those projects leave a space between the last thing on the line and the

There are other places where (more common) constructs will bite you,
too. The only solution is to hack the reg-exps, as you have done, or to
stop being such an individual. :-)



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