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From: (Markus L. Noga)
Subject: preliminary legOS API documentation
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legOS API documentation is in the works. The documentation generator I
intend to use, doxygen, supports HTML, LaTeX and manpage generation from
javadoc and QT style comments. I've made a preliminary version of the
resulting documentation available at this location:

There's still lots of work to do, as function documentation should be
moved out of the code and into header files IMO. The documentation could
also use some beautification, i.e., more redundancy, complete sentences,
capitalization etc. Unconsolidated (and thus unreleased) 0.1.7 features
such as a more complete standard library and naked-rock C++ support
could also use some documentation. Volunteers?


Markus L. Noga
Check out legOS!
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