RDoc is a Javadoc-like documentation system for Ruby. Version alpha-7
is available from

  https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=42128&release_id=69821

Version alpha-7 has the following new features:

   * :include: directive and the --include command line option
     allows text from other files to be inserted in comment blocks:

         # and the it outputs the result.
         # :include: copyright

   * The :nodoc: modifier can appear after class, module, and
     method declarations. It stops information from that
     syntactic unit appearing in the output. With the 'all'
     option, it also prevents the output of included sub modules
     and classes.

   * Horizontal rules (denoted by three or more hyphens) are
     supported. The more hyphens, the thicker the rule.

   * Hyperlinks to the web (http, mailto, and ftp) are
     recognized. Links to images become inline <img> tags.

   * The generated HTML is now simpler and more compact. The
     output is cleaner.

   * The Parent class is now shown as a hyperlink if possible.

   * RDoc can now be invoked conveniently from a program

   * Add --quiet option

   * RDoc now stops processing comments when it sees a line
     containing '#--'. This allows you to have internal comments
     and external comments in one block.

Have fun


Dave