On Apr 30, 2007, at 12:00 AM, Daniel B. wrote:
On Apr 29, 8:52 pm, Gary W. email@example.com wrote:
Similarly I also found that when I have XML strings in the comments
I can either use “<!-- comment -->” and have the \ show up in the
or have “” and have the rdoc parser die on me.
Sounds like a bug to me. Please report it.
I’ve entered this into the tracker for rdoc (#10474):
marks an XML comment to be given special handling but the method
is never defined. This causes an unhandled exception when the HTML
`convert_special’: Unhandled special: Special: type=17,
I’m not sure if the intent was to insert the XML comment into the
generated XHTML or to
escape the comment so that it appeared as readable text.
The following code illustrates the problem:
The line below is OK because it is processed as a
The line below is OK because it is protected by the .
The line below is OK because it doesn’t match any markup patterns
The line below is not OK because the handler for the :COMMENT
is not defined: