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Re: docstrings and elisp reference

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: docstrings and elisp reference
Date: Fri, 09 Jun 2017 23:19:49 -0400

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  > > What is "semantic support"?

  > It is more or less tagging useful information about the content
  > generated.  Particularly useful when doing indexation of either comments
  > or the documentation.

Sorry, I still don't understand what the idea is.

  > The tool I described is an offline documentation viewer.  The docset is
  > what is interesting.  What we usually call docset is a tarball with the
  > documentation and an index tagging the documentation.

I don't really understand this, and why isn't Emacs a good way to view
Emacs doc strings interactively?

Dr Richard Stallman
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