On Tue, 8 Aug 2006, Eric Hodel wrote:

> On Aug 7, 2006, at 4:28 AM, Hugh Sasse wrote:
> > On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, Eric Hodel wrote:
> > 
> > > Ok, I have checked in to both HEAD and 1_8.  Please review for any errors.
> > 
> > Thank you.  That all looks to be as I wished.  It looks like you
> > have added more .document information than I could supply because
> > lots of names I've not seen show up in the rdoc process.
> 
> Curious.  For some reason the .document file never merges correctly, so I had
> to do it by hand.  I don't think I missed anything or added anything extra.

No, by "I've not seen" I meant "areas of the source I've never got 
round to looking at, didn't know about, so never added to any .document
files myself".  i.e, thanks for being thorough.
> 
> > On my system I get the following errors (which I don't know how to
> > fix and probably don't matter for now):
> > 
> >                          process.c: mmmmc..............................
> > No definition for proc_getpgrp
> > ..........................................................
> >                           random.c: ..
> >                             drb.rb:
> > mccc..m.cccc...c.c.....c...c........m.....
> > lib/drb/drb.rb:796:27: Skipping require of dynamic string: "drb/#{$1}"
> 
> This is just an RDoc warning.  I should make it only show in RDoc's verbose
> mode, but I don't know if RDoc has one of those.
> 
> > c.................mcc.............c.....c....................ccc................
> >                              eq.rb: mc..
> >                         ostruct.rb: c.....c
> > lib/ostruct.rb:75:43: ':' not followed by identified or operator
> 
> Same.
> 
> > ....
> >                        parsearg.rb: .....
> >                           socket.c: ccccccccccm.
> > No definition for bsock_do_not_rev_lookup
> 
> [...]
> 
> I'm not sure what to do about these, I haven't looked into why they show up.
> It might mean the documentation is missing, so maybe it will get somebody to
> write it.

Fine.  It can wait a while more then.  Thanks.
> 
        Hugh