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Hijack LuaDoc's data structures and splice them together.

On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 6:07 AM, Ryan Pusztai <> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 2, 2010 at 9:44 AM, Kibiz0r <> wrote:
>> Supposing I have a module Foo that looks something like this:
>> /Foo
>> /Foo/init.lua
>> /Foo/Bar.lua
>> /Foo/Baz.lua
>> The files Bar and Baz define functions in the Foo module, so when I pass
>> them off to LuaDoc, it should coalesce them and give me a nice HTML page
>> documenting Foo, containing the functions from both files.
>> However, what I see is that the last file to have the line module "Foo"
>> wins, and clobbers whatever else it had already parsed as being part of that
>> module. As a result, I only ever get the documentation for one file in the
>> module.
>> This does not seem like desired behavior. Is there a known fix or
>> workaround?
>> I am using LuaDoc 3.01 from Lua for Windows.
> I was wondering about this also. What is the way that other fight/beat this
> problem? Any ideas?
> --
> Regards,
> Ryan