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Argot

Argot is a custom HTML generator for the ocamldoc tool. It supports stroked, underlined, and highlighted styles, image data inclusion, table support with captions, headers, rows, and data, token substitution, a @typevar tag for documenting type variables, @unimplemented, @todo, @todoc, @docme, @fixme, and @tofix tags for remaining work, @threadsafe and @threadunsafe tags for thread compatibility, a @stateful tag for state-based functions, and @attention, @bug, @error, @info, @new, @note, @remark, and @warning tags.

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  •  05 Aug 2012 11:38

    Release Notes: This version introduces full-text search over comments, and support for labeled parameters, optional parameters, and type manifests. The new '-search-frame' command-line switch allows you to have the search panel in a frame rather than in a popup window. The code has been updated for OCaml 4.00.0.

    •  02 Nov 2011 18:34

      Release Notes: A new '-search' command line switch generates search information, available on HTML pages through the magnifying glass icon. Search by exact name, by name using regular expression, and by type using isomorphisms (experimental) are supported. A new '-definitions' command line switch load variables from a file. Handling of embedded tables was corrected. More predefined licenses were provided for the '@license' tag.

      •  15 Jul 2011 04:30

        Release Notes: OCaml 3.12.1 is now used. Support for folding was added. Support for tables was enhanced with horizontal span and a check for well-formedness. The @copyright and @license tags were added for legal information. The "-argot-version" command-line switch was added. Tests for base64 encoding were added. Support for ocamlfind has been fixed. Support for use as a native plugin has been fixed.

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