[fpc-devel] Errors with make rtl.chk on Windows

Hans-Peter Diettrich DrDiettrich1 at aol.com
Sat Dec 3 15:15:51 CET 2011

Michael Van Canneyt schrieb:

>> You remember my -n and -v options?
> Absolutely, and I'll gladly accept patches implementing those 2 things 
> in fpdoc.
> If you could separate those out from your other work, that would be much 
> appreciated. If not, send whatever you have, and I'll try to extract it 
> myself.

I'll attach an patch with my remaining changes, fpdoc-nv.patch. Here's a 
roadmap for you:

I've enclosed most still different parts of the code with conditional 
DoDi. This should allow (me) to run both versions from the same source, 
and helps in searching for differences.

pparser.pp is extended with a -v option, passed as commandline argument. 
It writes out the currently processed unit. Not perfect, of course, it 
would be more useful when the current unit were shown with every error 
message, by default.

pscanner.pp is even more nasty, I could not find an easy way to 
implement a -v (or -vt) option. That's why I added a conditional 
"Verbose", that turns on the trace of tried include directories. Perhaps 
you find an better way, using the settings of pparser.
IMO this option is essential for the fpdoc compiler (--input) options 
setup in every project. I'd be happy if you can provide common package 
options, like
   <package name="bla" options="-Fi common to all units"/>
which is automatically appended to all unit options.

dGlobals.pp contains the Verbose flag, for use in fpdoc. And the help 
messages, of course.
AddDocFile gets an additional package name, that allows to exclude 
unrelated docs, and also does wildcard substitution.

dw_html.pp traces the created HTML files. Like with pparser, the element 
name (html file) should be shown with *every* error message instead.

fpdoc.pp obviously accepts the added commandline options. It also 
creates a default project whenever invoked without a project.

fpdocproj.pas Options.DryRun should be obvious.
Improved --imports handling, so that the prefix is no more required (can 
be synthesized). This part can be ommitted.
Moved CreateDocumentation here, to make it independent from commandline 

fpdocxmlopts.pas can be almost ignored, it retains my old save/load code 
(see DoDiSave), until I'm sure that I added all required modifications 
to your code. Thanks for extracting the file names from the options :-)

Have fun :-)

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