>>> ryk@... seems to think that:
>I just checked in several files under semantic/doc directory.
>It has been too long since my last check in, so I went ahead and
>checked in what I have so far. There is still a lot of work to do.
>I'll work on it as I learn the new code that you guys have been
[ ... ]
That sounds great. I will fetch the new versions and check it out.
I know I've been scratching my head trying to keep track of the
different levels of API available in the post-parsing world, and was
contemplating making one of those box diagrams as you had done in the
parser section to help me figure it out.
Another thought I had is that many of the source files we are building
in the name-change frenzy are actually organized in a manner similar
to a reference manual. The semantic-texi.el, and document.el files
are part way toward being able to transform a well documented source
file into a texinfo manual section. I am quite tempted to give that a
try once things settle down a bit.
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