Dejan Dimic wrote:
> On Nov 19, 3:31 pm, Phrogz <phr... / mac.com> wrote:
>>  http://phrogz.net/RubyLibs/rdoc/classes/Ouroboros.html
>> when run through RDoc.
>>
>> Basically, if you want to document your code in a standard way, find a
>> file whose documentation you think is good and follow its conventions.
>> Just view the source of the ruby file. (Not HTML.)
> 
> Just to add a little observation.
> When writing documentation it's beneficial to have as much real life
> examples of class and methods usage as you can think of.
> It's easer to learn by example.

Thanks for the hint. Because I'm creating Ruby on Rails codes I'd like 
to adhere to its documenting conventions. Sadly I don't know where its 
sources are. I'm on OS X 10.4 and installed Rails using Ruby Gems...
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