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2003-03-13

2003-03-13 22:48:40 by Martin Nilsson <mani@lysator.liu.se>

Autodoc fixes

Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Event.pmod:1.20
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Ruleset.pike:1.13
Rev: lib/modules/Calendar.pmod/Stardate.pmod:1.11
Rev: lib/modules/Protocols.pmod/HTTP.pmod/Session.pike:1.8
Rev: lib/modules/SSL.pmod/Cipher.pmod:1.4

141:       int nd=1;    -  //! @decl int scan_jd(.Calendar realm,int jd,@ -  //! int(-1..-1)||int(1..1) direction) +  //! @decl int scan_jd(.Calendar realm, int jd,@ +  //! int(-1..-1)|int(1..1) direction)    //! These methods has to be defined, and is what    //! really does some work. It should return the next or previos    //! julian day (>@i{jd@}) when the event occurs,
562:    int md,mn;    int yd;    -  //! @decl create(string id, string name, int(1..31) month_day,@ -  //! int(1..12) month, int extra) +  //! @decl void create(string id, string name, int(1..31) month_day,@ +  //! int(1..12) month, int extra)    void create(string _id,string _name,    int(1..31) _md,int(1..12) _mn,int ... _n)    {
757:      //! This class represents the event that a given gregorian   //! day of month appears a given weekday. For instance, - //! @tt@{Event.Monthday_Weekday(13,5)->next(Day())@} finds the next + //! @tt{Event.Monthday_Weekday(13,5)->next(Day())@} finds the next   //! friday the 13th.   class Monthday_Weekday   {
948:    }   }    - // This class represents an easter relative event. + //! This class represents an easter relative event.   class Easter_Relative   {    inherit Easter;
978:    }   }    - // This class represents an orthodox easter relative event. + //! This class represents an orthodox easter relative event.   class Orthodox_Easter_Relative   {    inherit Easter_Relative;