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SubjectRe: Improving documentation for programming interfaces
On Fri, Dec 20, 2019 at 02:30:10PM +0100, Markus Elfring wrote:
> Linux supports some programming interfaces. Several functions are provided
> as usual. Their application documentation is an ongoing development challenge.
>
> Now I would like to clarify possibilities for the specification of desired
> information together with data types besides properties which are handled by
> the programming language “C” so far.
> It seems that no customised attributes are supported at the moment.
> Thus I imagine to specify helpful annotations as macros.
>
> Example:
> Some functions allocate resources to which a pointer (or handle) is returned.
> I would find it nice then if such a pointer would contain also the background
> information by which functions the resource should usually be released.
>
> Can it become easier to determine such data?

Markus,

It's unclear to me what you are requesting/proposing? Can you be a
bit more concrete?

- Ted

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