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Re: building documention

From: Gerrit
Subject: Re: building documention
Date: Thu, 31 May 2001 16:15:48 +0200

Yes Ralf,

I've extracting the all info lines together with Copyright statement of all
m-files in one text file. I basicly added a ruler between the different
files, included filename and got rid of the GNU statements. This file is now
half a Meg big, so it cannot be posted in this mailing list. I could send
anyone interested a copy (or a internetlink). zipped 90 Mb.

This file includes only the 550 m-files that that are distributed in the
Win32 compilation available at

Formatting this into a manual is another question that I gladly leave open

Gerrit Kiers

----- Original Message -----
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Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2001 2:29 PM
Subject: building documention

> Is there an easy way to extract all the headers of octave functions in a
> given directory and assemble them into a sort of manual document?
> Thanks
> Ralf

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