From: Greg Colvin (gcolvin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2000-09-29 13:17:22
From: Beman Dawes <beman_at_[hidden]>
> At 12:14 PM 9/29/2000 -0400, David Abrahams wrote:
> >> > I tried to find some of the answers by going through the source
> >> > but as I am just getting familiar with STL, it is a daunting task at
> >> > the moment :-)
> >> Some of these answers are in the new HTML documentation. I'll also
> >> be filling in the docs more (especially with answers that I give
> >> to email questions).
> >> http://www.boost.org/libs/graph/docs/adjacency_list.html
> >> and
> >> http://www.boost.org/libs/graph/docs/using_adjacency_list.html
> >That's great, but we should also get a lot more commentary into the code
> >itself, especially if the hope is to pass maintenance responsibility on
> I've been trying something in some industrial code I maintain that seems to
> be useful:
> In the C++ source file, I include comments like:
> do_adjacency_list_func(); // See docs/adjacency_list.html
> I wrote a little VC++ plugin that invokes any selected text as a
> command. So you select docs/adjacency_list.html, and click the plugin's
> toolbar icon, and the browser starts, displaying docs/adjacency_list.html.
> Now if IDE vendors would just start building that functionality into their
> source editors...
Borland had it in circa '90, and Apple had in the Macintosh
Progammmers Workbench even before that. And then there is emacs ...
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