Phrogz wrote:
> Wybo Dekker wrote:
>> now if one runs rdoc on a file containing only the range of lines
>> between =begin and =end, this generates html as expected. But anything
>> other than a shebang line in front spoils this. In this case, the
>> following text produces an empty html-page:
> 
> Do you consider this a bug? I consider it a feature. I like being able
> to have random comment blocks (with =begin...=end or many lines of #)
> in my files and not have them added to the RDoc output.

Sure, but the text between

=begin rdoc

and

=end

should get in the Rdoc output. What else would these directives be 
useful for??

-- 
Wybo