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Date: 2008-10-15 (14:43)
From: Dario Teixeira <darioteixeira@y...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] File inclusion with Ocamldoc

> It works for me with the 3.10.1. I just tried to write a
> file, and a file truc.odocl with "Test" in it, and then
> ran ocamlbuild :
> 	ocamlbuild truc.docdic/index.html
> And it worked. Or maybe I didn't understand what you want?

You're right.  I took the Ocamlbuild manual at face value, since
it states it cannot handle implementation files.  Nevertheless,
I'm still running into some problems with Ocamlbuild+Ocamldoc.
First, while Ocamldoc will by default merge the comments from .ml
and .mli files (with precedence given to the .mli file, unless
-inv-merge-ml-mli is given), when I use Ocamlbuild to generate
the documentation I notice the following pattern: if only the .ml
file is present then it's used for generating the documentation;
If, however, both .ml and .mli are present, then only the .mli
is taken into account (no merging is done).  Second, how does one
tell Ocamlbuild to include .txt files in the documentation?

Thanks again for your attention,
Dario Teixeira