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setting arglist / doc-strings
- Subject: setting arglist / doc-strings
- From: "Vincent Keunen" <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 1 Jun 1993 10:20:30 +0100
At 16:22 28/05/93 +0000, Todd Hivnor wrote :
>5) Wouldn't it be neat if MCL actually kept the doc-string,
> so could interate over all exported symbols, spitting out
> documentation & arglist for every function?
Isn't there a environment switch for that?
Also, look at user-manual.lisp in the lisp-utilities repository. It
generates documentation for lisp code from source files in various formats.
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