listrecv / gmail.com wrote:
> More often than not, I find when browsing rdoc, that I need to see the
> full source to answer questions - not just the excerpt.
> 
> It would be great if the file references in html rdoc could be
> hyperlinks to the file location - not just plain text.
> 
> I took a look at rdoc source but couldn't figure out how to make this
> patch.  Could anyone help me out?

In general, you should not rely on knowledge of the source code to
understand how a library works, because the library writer reserves
the right to change the behavior of things that are not specified in
the documentation.

--Ken Bloom

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