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gtkdoc-mktmpl — GTK DocBook documentation generator.
gtkdoc-mktmpl [ See below ]
gtkdoc-mktmpl This creates or updates the template files which contain the manually-edited
documentation. (A template is a simple text form which is filled in with the description
of a function, macro, enum, or struct. For functions and macros it also contains fields
for describing the parameters.)
This script reads in the existing templates, found in tmpl/*.sgml, moves these files to
tmpl/*.sgml.bak, and then recreates the .sgml files according to the structure given in
the file MODULE-sections.txt.
Any new templates added, or new function parameters, are marked with FIXME so you can do a
grep to see which parts need updating.
Any templates which are no longer used (i.e. they are remove from MODULE-sections.txt) are
placed in the file tmpl/MODULE-unused.txt. If they are included again later they are
automatically copied back into position. If you are certain that these templates will
never be used again you can delete them from MODULE-unused.txt.
Any parameters to functions which are no longer used are separated from the rest of the
parameters with the line <!-- # Unused Parameters # -->. It may be that the parameter name
has just been changed, in which case you can copy the description to the parameter with
the new name. You can delete the unused parameter descriptions when no longer needed.
See /usr/share/doc/gtk-doc-tools/examples, for a makefile.am and a configure.in example
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