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authorNobuyoshi Nakada <nobu@ruby-lang.org>2020-04-07 13:59:38 +0900
committerNobuyoshi Nakada <nobu@ruby-lang.org>2020-04-07 13:59:38 +0900
commitbc646e6715bc0113e800f4d7f4dec7bb34123cc1 (patch)
tree4e1663be22577642481789b1e7d345e912d56204
parente73e4b3e9fa696926217b56b26c030570a3686c5 (diff)
[DOC] get rid of parsing as TIDYLINK unintentionally
-rw-r--r--doc/NEWS-2.2.02
-rw-r--r--lib/irb.rb4
-rw-r--r--lib/irb/context.rb6
-rw-r--r--lib/irb/ext/use-loader.rb2
-rw-r--r--lib/open-uri.rb2
-rw-r--r--re.c6
6 files changed, 11 insertions, 11 deletions
diff --git a/doc/NEWS-2.2.0 b/doc/NEWS-2.2.0
index 5564c60..4a029a9 100644
--- a/doc/NEWS-2.2.0
+++ b/doc/NEWS-2.2.0
@@ -90,7 +90,7 @@ with all sufficient information, see the ChangeLog file.
* Method
* New methods:
- * Method#curry([arity]) returns a curried Proc.
+ * Method#curry([ arity ]) returns a curried Proc.
* Method#super_method returns a Method of superclass, which would be called
when super is used.
diff --git a/lib/irb.rb b/lib/irb.rb
index ee6979c..f0bbb3c 100644
--- a/lib/irb.rb
+++ b/lib/irb.rb
@@ -271,7 +271,7 @@ require "irb/easter-egg"
# On the other hand, each conf in IRB@Command+line+options is used to
# individually configure IRB.irb.
#
-# If a proc is set for IRB.conf[:IRB_RC], its will be invoked after execution
+# If a proc is set for <code>IRB.conf[:IRB_RC]</code>, its will be invoked after execution
# of that proc with the context of the current session as its argument. Each
# session can be configured using this mechanism.
#
@@ -399,7 +399,7 @@ module IRB
irb.run(@CONF)
end
- # Calls each event hook of IRB.conf[:AT_EXIT] when the current session quits.
+ # Calls each event hook of <code>IRB.conf[:TA_EXIT]</code> when the current session quits.
def IRB.irb_at_exit
@CONF[:AT_EXIT].each{|hook| hook.call}
end
diff --git a/lib/irb/context.rb b/lib/irb/context.rb
index 218f7c6..4f5460a 100644
--- a/lib/irb/context.rb
+++ b/lib/irb/context.rb
@@ -240,7 +240,7 @@ module IRB
attr_accessor :ignore_eof
# Whether to echo the return value to output or not.
#
- # Uses IRB.conf[:ECHO] if available, or defaults to +true+.
+ # Uses <code>IRB.conf[:ECHO]</code> if available, or defaults to +true+.
#
# puts "hello"
# # hello
@@ -251,7 +251,7 @@ module IRB
attr_accessor :echo
# Whether to echo for assignment expressions
#
- # Uses IRB.conf[:ECHO_ON_ASSIGNMENT] if available, or defaults to +false+.
+ # Uses <code>IRB.conf[:ECHO_ON_ASSIGNMENT]</code> if available, or defaults to +false+.
#
# a = "omg"
# IRB.CurrentContext.echo_on_assignment = true
@@ -260,7 +260,7 @@ module IRB
attr_accessor :echo_on_assignment
# Whether a newline is put before multiline output.
#
- # Uses IRB.conf[:NEWLINE_BEFORE_MULTILINE_OUTPUT] if available,
+ # Uses <code>IRB.conf[:NEWLINE_BEFORE_MULTILINE_OUTPUT]</code> if available,
# or defaults to +true+.
#
# "abc\ndef"
diff --git a/lib/irb/ext/use-loader.rb b/lib/irb/ext/use-loader.rb
index cb10e8a..fdfee1b 100644
--- a/lib/irb/ext/use-loader.rb
+++ b/lib/irb/ext/use-loader.rb
@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ module IRB
alias use_loader? use_loader
remove_method :use_loader= if method_defined?(:use_loader=)
- # Sets IRB.conf[:USE_LOADER]
+ # Sets <code>IRB.conf[:USE_LOADER]</code>
#
# See #use_loader for more information.
def use_loader=(opt)
diff --git a/lib/open-uri.rb b/lib/open-uri.rb
index c52f67f..dd68ea7 100644
--- a/lib/open-uri.rb
+++ b/lib/open-uri.rb
@@ -744,7 +744,7 @@ module OpenURI
OpenURI.open_uri(self, *rest, &block)
end
- # OpenURI::OpenRead#read([options]) reads a content referenced by self and
+ # OpenURI::OpenRead#read([ options ]) reads a content referenced by self and
# returns the content as string.
# The string is extended with OpenURI::Meta.
# The argument +options+ is same as OpenURI::OpenRead#open.
diff --git a/re.c b/re.c
index 44418ec..4f39e60 100644
--- a/re.c
+++ b/re.c
@@ -924,12 +924,12 @@ make_regexp(const char *s, long len, rb_encoding *enc, int flags, onig_errmsg_bu
* aliased as global variables:
*
* * <code>$~</code> is Regexp.last_match;
- * * <code>$&</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>[0]</code>;
+ * * <code>$&</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>[ 0 ]</code>;
* * <code>$1</code>, <code>$2</code>, and so on are
- * Regexp.last_match<code>[i]</code> (captures by number);
+ * Regexp.last_match<code>[ i ]</code> (captures by number);
* * <code>$`</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>.pre_match</code>;
* * <code>$'</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>.post_match</code>;
- * * <code>$+</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>[-1]</code> (the last capture).
+ * * <code>$+</code> is Regexp.last_match<code>[ -1 ]</code> (the last capture).
*
* See also "Special global variables" section in Regexp documentation.
*/