Rdoc 3.9.1 Released

RDoc 3.9.1 will be included with Ruby 1.9.3 provided no show-stopping
bugs are found. Please install RDoc and report any bugs you’ve found.

RDoc produces HTML and command-line documentation for Ruby projects.
includes the rdoc and ri tools for generating and displaying online

See RDoc for a description of RDoc’s markup and basic use.

=== 3.9.1

  • Bug fixes
    • Fix RDoc::Markup parser for a header followed by a non-text token.
      #56 by Adam Tait
    • Fix RDoc::Markup::ToHtmlCrossref#gen_url for non-rdoc-ref links.
    • Fix bug report URL when rdoc crashes.

=== 3.9

  • Minor enhancements
    • RDoc::Parser::C now supports :doc: and :nodoc: for class comments
    • Added the “rdoc-ref:” link scheme which links to a named reference.
      “rdoc-ref:” can resolve references to classes, modules, methods,
      files, etc. This can be used to create cross-generator named links
      the “link:” scheme which is dependent upon the exact file name.
      Issue #53 by Simon C.
    • Pulled RDoc::CrossReference out of RDoc::Markup::ToHtmlCrossref.
      Cross-references can now be created easily for non-HTML formatters.
  • Bug fixes
    • ri [] and other special methods now work properly. Issue #52 by
    • ri now has space between class comments from multiple files.
    • :stopdoc: no longer creates Object references. Issue #55 by Simon
    • :nodoc: works on class aliases now. Issue #51 by Steven G. Harms
    • Remove tokenizer restriction on header lengths for verbatim
      Issue #49 by trans