Data.List documentation improvements
dmhouse at gmail.com
Thu Dec 14 14:22:18 EST 2006
On 05/12/06, Simon Marlow <simonmarhaskell at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm a bit concerned that the concept of "the code for a function" is not as
> simple as it seems. Including just the code for the function itself often won't
> be useful, because it might be something like
> myFunction x y z = myFunction' x y z 
> so then do we include the transitive closure of code referenced by the function?
> What if we refer to something in a different file, or scattered around the
> current file? What about CPP? Presumably functions that are documented
> elsewhere should be rendered as links. etc. etc.
My vote for myFunction would be to just show the RHS, but link
myFunction' to its own documentation and source link. A nice touch
would be to automatically expand the source section of the target
function if the user followed a link from another function's source.
-David House, dmhouse at gmail.com
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