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From: Stefan Urbanek
Subject: Re: GNUstep ROADMAP
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2005 10:17:39 +0100
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Citát David Ayers <address@hidden>:

> Richard Frith-Macdonald schrieb:

> > 
> > Having a completely unimplemented class there gives us a good 
> > placeholder for the documentation that tells people that the class is 
> > unimplemented, and maybe what the current plans are for it.  I can  see
> > the argument here for removing the class (people aren't likely to  think
> > the class exists if there is no trace of it), but I think that  a header
> > file that's clearly a shell, and documentation that states  that the
> > class is unimplemented, is equally clear.  We could document  such empty
> > classes with a note to say that someone (or nobody) is  working on them,
> > and a pointer to the task list on the website for  current status.
> FWIW, I agree.

How difficult it would be to hack autogsdoc objective-c parser to parse GNUstep
sources and generate a list of unimplemented methods (either marked as not
implemented or being only in @interface)? Simple html table (with css):

| Class | Method | Description |


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