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Re: C-Source Code as documentation (was Re: Doxygen use)
David Lawyer wrote:
> There are many undocumented (and inadequately documented) aspects of
> Linux. Sometimes people must read source code as the documentation of
> last resort. Many people can't do this since they don't know
> programming but some can. Looking over C-source has a double
> advantage in that one might discover the cause of a bug. I've
> searched in vain for listings of the source code for Linux (the kernel
> and all applications) as html documents on the Internet. I've
> sometimes found obsolete versions.
Does this fit the bill?
There was a Linux kernel documentation project but I think it died
after a short while.
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