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

Marco van de Voort marcov at stack.nl
Sat Dec 3 16:26:02 CET 2011

In our previous episode, Graeme Geldenhuys said:
> > First, it keeps the actual documentation XML more "clean" in the sense that
> > it contains only documentation, and not 'organizational instructions'.
> The documentation is useless unless you have the associated *.pas
> unit. As you even mentioned earlier. fpdoc doesn't include
> documentation if it can't find the associated identifiers, units etc.

> So no matter how you think about it, the XML documentation is closely
> tied to the source code it documents. After all, it is API
> documentation we are talking about.


But separating the path data from the documentation in no way invalidates
those statements.

And the contents in the XML is _NOT_ dependent where exactly those files
are, as long as fpdoc can find them.

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