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RDoc::CrossReference is a reusable way to create cross references for names.

Constants

ALL_CROSSREF_REGEXP = /( # A::B::C.meth #{CLASS_REGEXP_STR}(?:[.#]|::)#{METHOD_REGEXP_STR} # Stand-alone method | \\?#{METHOD_REGEXP_STR} # A::B::C | #{CLASS_REGEXP_STR}(?=[\s\)\.\?\!\,\;<\000]|\z) # Things that look like filenames | (?:\.\.\/)*[-\/\w]+[_\/\.][-\w\/\.]+ # Things that have markup suppressed | \\[^\s<] )/x

CROSSREF_REGEXP = /( # A::B::C.meth #{CLASS_REGEXP_STR}(?:[.#]|::)#{METHOD_REGEXP_STR} # Stand-alone method (preceded by a #) | \\?\##{METHOD_REGEXP_STR} # Stand-alone method (preceded by ::) | ::#{METHOD_REGEXP_STR} # A::B::C # The stuff after CLASS_REGEXP_STR is a # nasty hack. CLASS_REGEXP_STR unfortunately matches # words like dog and cat (these are legal "class" # names in Fortran 95). When a word is flagged as a # potential cross-reference, limitations in the markup # engine suppress other processing, such as typesetting. # This is particularly noticeable for contractions. # In order that words like "can't" not # be flagged as potential cross-references, only # flag potential class cross-references if the character # after the cross-reference is a space, sentence # punctuation, tag start character, or attribute # marker. | #{CLASS_REGEXP_STR}(?=[\s\)\.\?\!\,\;<\000]|\z) # Things that look like filenames # The key thing is that there must be at least # one special character (period, slash, or # underscore). | (?:\.\.\/)*[-\/\w]+[_\/\.][-\w\/\.]+ # Things that have markup suppressed # Don't process things like '\<' in \, though. # TODO: including < is a hack, not very satisfying. | \\[^\s<] )/x

METHOD_REGEXP_STR = '([a-z]\w*[!?=]?)(?:\([\w.+*/=<>-]*\))?'

CLASS_REGEXP_STR = '\\\\?((?:\:{2})?[A-Z]\w*(?:\:\:\w+)*)'

Attributes

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