From: Greg Colvin (gcolvin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2001-09-15 12:53:38
The 4.0.1 specification provides an OBJECT tag that might do the trick:
For instance, the following line embeds the contents of embed_me.html
at the location where the OBJECT definition occurs.
Warning: embed_me.html could not be embedded.
Recall that the contents of OBJECT must only be rendered if the file
specified by the data attribute cannot be loaded.
From: Beman Dawes <bdawes_at_[hidden]>
> It would really be nice for Boost Documentation (and a lot of other
> documentation too) if there was an easy way to be able to compile example
> code to make sure it is correct.
> One simple way to do this would be to keep the example code in a regular
> .cpp file. Then it could be compiled and tested like any other C++ code.
> The documentation HTML file would then need the ability to include the .cpp
> file as if it were supplied inline.
> Simple. Effective.
> But HTML doesn't seem to have an equivalent to the C/C++ preprocessor's
> #include. Or am I missing something? (Has to be a client-side include
> since Boost docs get downloaded and put on local servers which don't have
> special server-side includes.)
> Surely #include is such a common need someone has figured out how to do it
> in HTML? Could it be done with a plug-in?
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