Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 494281
gtk-doc should generate exactly one title per each section.
Last modified: 2009-12-18 04:12:26 EST
Created attachment 338294 [details]
Example code that demonstrates the problem.
Description of problem:
When a file contains two or more GObject definitions, gtk-doc produces a title for each of them and use the last on as section title, which also appear as title in final html output. This is not always a desireable outcome.
For example, in iBus project (http://code.google.com/p/ibus/), both IBusAttribute and IBusAttrList is defined in src/ibusattribute.h, while I expected that IBusAttribute should be chosen as section title because it matches the filename and was defined in the front, but gtk-doc used IBusAttrList instead.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. extract GtkDocBug.tar.gz
2. cd GtkDocBug
doc/html/IBusAttrList.html was produced, whose title was: IBusAttrList.
doc/html/IBusAttribute.html is produced, whose title is: IBusAttribute.
When multiple titles are generated, IMHO, the one that matches the filename is prefereed.
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