mma-libdoc - maintain mma library files.
updates and maintains the HTML documentation for the MMA
library. It is recommended for use by those adding 3rd party files to the lib
If you have already downloaded and installed MMA,
the HTML documentation
should be installed on your system. The documentation for the library files is
or a similar location depending
on your installation and system.
If you add or modify the library files you can simply run mma-libdoc
the library documentation will be updated.
To run this program 'root' privileges may be needed. This
depends on your installation and operating system.
is run it will check the installation and install or
update the docs in the root tree where mma
Old/unused HTML files are NOT deleted. So, if you move files around or delete
.mma files you can end up with a number of unused files. Just delete the whole
bunch every once in awhile if it becomes a problem.
The program assumes that you already have the html documentation installed. So,
it doesn't do a very good job of creating the complete directory tree. If you
find that you get an error right off the top of program you will need to
create the directories by hand. Assuming you have installed in
/usr/local/share/mma a command like:
- mkdir -p /usr/local/share/mma/docs/html/lib
Depending on how your system is set up you will most likely need to be be the
root user for any of this to work. If you get "permission" or
"access denied" errors, run as root or fix the permissions.
The latest version of this program is always distributed with MMA
available at http://www.mellowood.ca/mma
Bob van der Poel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
mma-libdoc is Copyright 2003-2013 Bob van der Poel. Free use of this software is
granted under the terms of the GNU General Public License.