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reply Pierre Rouleau <prouleau impathnetworks.com> writes:
I just downloaded STLSoft and am currently trying to get it running with 
DMC.  I must join everyone here that praised that great piece of work. 
Thanks!

Browsing through the source code and the Doxygen generated docs, I came 
across some minor Doxygen commenting omission, where:

\ref concepts_shims "shims"

is instead typed as:

ref concepts_shims "shims"

This makes the text show up in the docs instead of the link.  Juts a 
minor point.

The affected files in the 1.7.1 beta version are:

stlsoft_null_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" releases 
a lock on the given mutex
unixstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
aquires a lock on the given mutex
unixstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
releases a lock on the given mutex
unixstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
aquires a lock on the given mutex
unixstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
releases a lock on the given mutex
winstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
aquires a lock on the given mutex
winstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
releases a lock on the given mutex
winstl_spin_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" aquires a 
lock on the given mutex
winstl_spin_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" releases 
a lock on the given mutex
winstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" aquires 
a lock on the given mutex
winstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" 
releases a lock on the given mutex


Is there a spot where we can upload modified versions of the files or 
report bugs?


Thanks again,


Pierre
Dec 05 2003
parent "Matthew Wilson" <matthew.hat stlsoft.dot.org> writes:
 I just downloaded STLSoft and am currently trying to get it running with
 DMC.  I must join everyone here that praised that great piece of work.
 Thanks!

That's very gratifying. Thanks. :)
 Browsing through the source code and the Doxygen generated docs, I came
 across some minor Doxygen commenting omission, where:

Undoubtedly. The documentation is something that leaves a lot to be desired.
 \ref concepts_shims "shims"

 is instead typed as:

 ref concepts_shims "shims"

 This makes the text show up in the docs instead of the link.  Juts a
 minor point.

 The affected files in the 1.7.1 beta version are:

 stlsoft_null_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" releases
 a lock on the given mutex
 unixstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 aquires a lock on the given mutex
 unixstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 releases a lock on the given mutex
 unixstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 aquires a lock on the given mutex
 unixstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 releases a lock on the given mutex
 winstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 aquires a lock on the given mutex
 winstl_process_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 releases a lock on the given mutex
 winstl_spin_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" aquires a
 lock on the given mutex
 winstl_spin_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" releases
 a lock on the given mutex
 winstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim" aquires
 a lock on the given mutex
 winstl_thread_mutex.h:/// This control ref concepts_shims "shim"
 releases a lock on the given mutex

I'll attend to these before the next release.
 Is there a spot where we can upload modified versions of the files or
 report bugs?

You just did. ;) If you have any other issues with the documentation, feel free to email me (matthew hat synesis dot com dot au), or post here. Cheers -- Matthew Wilson STLSoft moderator (http://www.stlsoft.org) Contributing editor, C/C++ Users Journal (www.synesis.com.au/articles.html#columns) "But if less is more, think how much more more will be!" -- Dr Frazier Crane ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---
Dec 09 2003