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doc tags?

i was already searching and remember i had seen something like "its not needed".

Anyway, are there any doc tags, like in Java/PHPDoc etc, where you can
describe parameters (@param[eter]), return values (@ret[urn]),
attributes (@var), references (@see), etc?

I guess I have just not found the link to the last flameware about it :-))

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Wolfram
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Wolfram Kriesing wrote:
i was already searching and remember i had seen something like "its not needed".

Anyway, are there any doc tags, like in Java/PHPDoc etc, where you can
describe parameters (@param[eter]), return values (@ret[urn]),
attributes (@var), references (@see), etc?

I guess I have just not found the link to the last flameware about it :-))


I'm not sure if there is something like that builtin, but you can use
epydoc: http://epydoc.sourceforge.net/

HTH,
Wolfram :-)
Jul 19 '05 #2
In python they are called decorators, but I've never had a
need to use them myself, but then I'm a little old fashioned.

Larry Bates

Wolfram Kriesing wrote:
i was already searching and remember i had seen something like "its not needed".

Anyway, are there any doc tags, like in Java/PHPDoc etc, where you can
describe parameters (@param[eter]), return values (@ret[urn]),
attributes (@var), references (@see), etc?

I guess I have just not found the link to the last flameware about it :-))

Jul 19 '05 #3
In python they are called decorators, but I've never had a
need to use them myself, but then I'm a little old fashioned.

Larry Bates

Wolfram Kriesing wrote:
i was already searching and remember i had seen something like "its not needed".

Anyway, are there any doc tags, like in Java/PHPDoc etc, where you can
describe parameters (@param[eter]), return values (@ret[urn]),
attributes (@var), references (@see), etc?

I guess I have just not found the link to the last flameware about it :-))


Jul 19 '05 #4
Larry Bates wrote:
In python they are called decorators, but I've never had a
need to use them myself, but then I'm a little old fashioned.
Decorators only work on function and method definitions. I don't think
that's what Wolfram is referring to.
Larry Bates

Wolfram Kriesing wrote:
i was already searching and remember i had seen something like "its not needed".

Anyway, are there any doc tags, like in Java/PHPDoc etc, where you can
describe parameters (@param[eter]), return values (@ret[urn]),
attributes (@var), references (@see), etc?

I guess I have just not found the link to the last flameware about it :-))


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rk***@ucsd.edu

"In the fields of hell where the grass grows high
Are the graves of dreams allowed to die."
-- Richard Harter

Jul 19 '05 #5

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