Gerbil

Gerbil is an extensible document generator based on eRuby
that outputs to any format you want: plain text, HTML,
LaTeX, UNIX man page, your own custom format, and so on.

             http://gerbil.rubyforge.org

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Version 2.0.0

Contents

  ??? Thanks
  ??? Caution
  ??? Improvements
  ??? Repairs

This release fixes some bugs, improves the RDoc library,
and adds nodes for customization of the default header and
footer.

1  Thanks

  ??? Zhang Chiyuan (pluskid) fixed the regexp placeholder
    bug described below.

2  Caution

  ??? The lib/gerbil/rdoc.rb library has changed! Read it for
    details.

3  Improvements

  ??? In the html format, added the following nodes which
    allow you customize the default header and footer
    whilst preserving the default content:
      ??? header_outside_above ??? above the entire header
        block
      ??? header_inside_above ??? above the default header
        content
      ??? header_inside_below ??? below the default header
        content
      ??? header_outside_below ??? below the entire header
        block
      ??? footer_outside_above ??? above the entire footer
        block
      ??? footer_inside_above ??? above the default footer
        content
      ??? footer_inside_below ??? below the default footer
        content
      ??? footer_outside_below ??? below the entire footer
        block

4  Repairs

  ??? ???\0??? and other regexp substitution placeholders in node
    content were being interpreted. In particular, any
    occurrences of ???\0??? in a node???s content was replaced by
    a strange SHA1 digest! {pluskid}

  ??? The lib/gerbil/rdoc.rb library did not extract method
    information recursively.

  ??? In the html format, added a CSS margin above HTML
    tables because they were visually colliding with other
    elements above them.

  ??? Fixed some Ruby code warnings in the html format.
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