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Tinaa and ASDF-Systems
Monday, April 10, 2006

Tinaa can now make a passable shot at documenting ASDF systems. Heretofore, Tinaa placed the root part (i.e., the thing you asked to be documented) at the top-level and placed everything else under it. Now, however, Tinaa treats all of the name holders (an ill defined concept that means a part that maintains the names of other parts. In practice, these are systems and packages) similarly and places each of them at the same level in the hierarchy. It then creates a single table of contents page that points to each of them. There are many other minor improvements in both styling and output to be found as well so please have a look at this sample of Tinaa applied to Tinaa and let me know what you think.

By the way, thanks go to Todd Mokros and Cyrus Harmon for some great Tinaa patches and bug reports.


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