On 09 Jun 2005, at 15:05, Jes?fffffas Antonio S?ffffe1nchez A. wrote:

> But for example it run rdoc --op -html-docs inside
> ruby source directory it is supposed to search all
> subdirectories and process all *.rb and all *.c in
> search for data to display, but only creates documents
> for some modules, not all.

No, it reads .document files to learn what to RDoc.  I believe  
if .document doesn't exist, it defaults to grabbing everything.

> for example, you don't get the docs from net/*.rb modules, and if  
> you check
> the source code it seems that does modules are rdoc enabled.

$ grep net lib/.document
$

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