An RDoc template extracted from Ruby on Rails. Provides the same documetation style and format used for Ruby on Rails API documentation.
May have bugs?
You can output Horo formatted documentation from the command line like this:
$ sudo gem install horo --pre $ cd ~/git/nokogiri $ rdoc -f horo --main README.rdoc *.rdoc lib ext
Here is an example rake task that uses the Horo format:
RDoc::Task.new do |rdoc| rdoc.title = "My Awesome docs" rdoc.rdoc_dir = 'doc' rdoc. << '-f' << 'horo' rdoc. << '--main' << 'README' end
The important part is that you have the “horo” gem installed and that you pass the “-f horo” option. That tells RDoc to use the Horo format when generating your documentation.
gem install horo
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