On 1/13/07, James Britt <james.britt / gmail.com> wrote:
> matt wrote:
> > In searching through the online docs, I noticed that attributes are not
> > listed in the Methods section to browse for them.  Since an attribute is
> > nothing more than setter/getter methods, I was expecting to find them in
> > the list.
> >
> > I'm not 100% that this is RDoc,since I don't know exactly how the online
> > docs are created, but I am under the impression that they use RDoc's
> > implementation.  If I'm wrong, redirect my compass to where I need to
> > address this.
>
> If methods are defined using attr_* then rdoc does not list them as methods.
>
> I agree that this is confusing (if not flat out wrong), but I've had
> this discussion with various people and this view seems to be the minority.

I agree too! Yesterday i send an RDoc to my team partner (very new to
ruby) and she notice this when comparing the UML with Rdoc.  This is
very confusing !

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