From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-10-29 16:54:29
On Tuesday 29 October 2002 04:46 pm, Peter Simons wrote:
> >> [I just place] my class declarations into <literallayout> or
> >> <programlisting> tags. :-)
> > That's precisely what we _don't_ want to do, because it tosses
> > inter-library consistency right out the window :)
> It depends. You don't need to wrap _anything_ in a tag just to be able
> to generate dependencies, links, etc. I always use the more basic tags
> like <type>, <classname>, etc., and that has worked nicely for me.
It's not just dependencies, but also formatting. As soon as we start using
<literallayout> we lose the ability to format all Boost library references in
a consistent manner.
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