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Hi,
just in case anyone cares about RDoc's C parser:
I've got a chunk of code that looks like this:

#ifdef FOO
# define BAR ...
#endif /* FOO */

static VALUE c_some_method (...);

/* more method bodies */

Later in the file, the implementation of c_some_method() follows,
including a nice RDoc comment. But, RDoc is picking up the comment above
the *prototype* of the method (/* FOO */) and storing it, instead of the
RDoc comment in the implementation of the method.

Does anyone feel like hacking away at RDoc's regexp horror? ;)

Regards,
Tilman

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A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
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