misc #8548

Correction for a String#include? usage example

Added by Matthew Conway 10 months ago. Updated 9 months ago.

[ruby-core:55565]
Status:Rejected
Priority:Low
Assignee:Eric Hodel
Category:doc
Target version:-

Description

I've fixed a usage example for String#include? that was not valid Ruby. This is my first attempt at submitting an issue or patch for Ruby, so please pardon any errors. Thank you!

0001-Correct-a-usage-example-for-String-include.patch Magnifier (636 Bytes) Matthew Conway, 06/20/2013 03:01 PM

History

#1 Updated by Charlie Somerville 10 months ago

  • Status changed from Open to Rejected

?h is actually valid Ruby - it's shorthand for "h".

irb(main):001:0> "hello".include? ?h
=> true

#2 Updated by Matthew Conway 10 months ago

Thanks, Charlie. While the shorthand is valid, the actual problem is that the question mark does not appear when viewing the generated documentation (screenshot: http://cl.ly/Pmx1). Is there a way to escape that character so it appears and makes the rendered docs valid?

#3 Updated by Zachary Scott 10 months ago

@mattonrails this bug was actually fixed just recently in rdoc, see https://github.com/rdoc/rdoc/issues/220

#4 Updated by Matthew Conway 9 months ago

@zzak even better; thanks for the heads-up :)

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