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NAME

       yardoc - Ruby tool to generate documentation for the Ruby programming language

SYNOPSIS

       yarddoc [options] [source_files [- extra_files]] yard doc [options] [source_files [-
       extra_files]]

DESCRIPTION

       yard(1) is an extensible documentation generation tool for the Ruby programming language.
       It enables the user to generate consistent, usable documentation that can be exported to a
       number of formats very easily, and also supports extending for custom Ruby constructs such
       as custom class level definitions.

       yardoc, synonym for yard doc generates the documentation from the list of source_files. If
       this list is omitted, "{lib,app}/**/*.rb ext/**/*.c" is used.

       A base set of options can be specified by adding a .yardopts file to your base path
       containing all extra options separated by whitespace.

OPTIONS

   General Options
       -b, --db FILE
           Use a specified .yardoc db to load from or save to (defaults to .yardoc)

       --[no-]single-db
           Whether code objects should be stored to single database file (advanced)

       -n, --no-output
           Only generate .yardoc database, no documentation.

       -c, --use-cache [FILE]
           Use the cached .yardoc db to generate documentation (defaults to no cache)

       --no-cache
           Clear .yardoc db before parsing source.

       --[no-]yardopts [FILE]
           If arguments should be read from FILE (defaults to yes, FILE defaults to .yardopts)

       --[no-]document
           If arguments should be read from .document file (defaults to yes)

       --no-save
           Do not save the parsed data to the yardoc db

       --exclude REGEXP
           Ignores a file if it matches path match (regexp)

   Output options
       --one-file
           Generates output as a single file

       --list
           List objects to standard out (implies -n)

       --no-public
           Don't show public methods. (default shows public)

       --protected
           Show protected methods. (default hides protected)

       --private
           Show private methods. (default hides private)

       --no-private
           Hide objects with @private tag

       --[no-]api API
           Generates documentation for a given API (objects which define the correct @api tag).
           If --no-api is given, displays objects with no @api tag.

       --embed-mixins
           Embeds mixin methods into class documentation

       --embed-mixin [MODULE]
           Embeds mixin methods from a particular module into class documentation

       --no-highlight
           Don't highlight code blocks in output.

       --default-return TYPE
           Shown if method has no return type.  (defaults to 'Object')

       --hide-void-return
           Hides return types specified as 'void'.  (default is shown)

       --query QUERY
           Only show objects that match a specific query

       --title TITLE
           Add a specific title to HTML documents

       -r, --readme, --main FILE
           The readme file used as the title page of documentation.

       --files FILE1,FILE2,...
           Any extra comma separated static files to be included (eg. FAQ)

       --asset FROM[:TO]
           A file or directory to copy over to output directory after generating

       -o, --output-dir PATH
           The output directory. (defaults to ./doc)

       -m, --markup MARKUP
           Markup style used in documentation, like textile, markdown or rdoc (defaults to rdoc).

       -M MARKUP_PROVIDER
           Overrides the library used to process markup

       --markup-provider
           formatting (specify the gem name)

       --charset ENC
           Character set to use when parsing files (default is system locale)

       -t, --template TEMPLATE
           The template to use. (defaults to "default")

       -p, --template-path PATH
           The template path to look for templates in.  (used with -t).

       -f, --format FORMAT
           The output format for the template (defaults to html).

       --no-stats
           Don't print statistics

       --locale LOCALE
           The locale for generated documentation (defaults to en).

       --po-dir DIR
           The directory that has .po files (defaults to #{YARD::Registry.po_dir}).

   Tag options:
       (TAG:TITLE looks like: 'overload:Overloaded Method')

       --tag TAG:TITLE
           Registers a new free-form metadata @tag

       --type-tag TAG:TITLE
           Tag with an optional types field

       --type-name-tag TAG:TITLE
           Tag with optional types and a name field

       --name-tag TAG:TITLE
           Tag with a name field

       --title-tag TAG:TITLE
           Tag with first line as title field

       --hide-tag TAG
           Hides a previously defined tag from templates

       --transitive-tag TAG
           Marks a tag as transitive

       --non-transitive-tag TAG
           Marks a tag as not transitive

   Other options:
       -e, --load FILE
           A Ruby script to load before running command.

       --plugin PLUGIN
           Load a YARD plugin (gem with `yard-' prefix)

       --legacy
           Use old style Ruby parser and handlers. Always on in 1.8.x.

       --safe
           Enable safe mode for this instance

       -q, --quiet
           Show no warnings.

       --verbose
           Show more information.

       --debug
           Show debugging information.

       --backtrace
           Show stack traces

       -v, --version
           Show version.

       -h, --help
           Show this help.

EXAMPLES

       yardoc -o "documentation/" - "FAQ" "LICENSE"

       The above example outputs documentation for files in "lib/**/*.rb" to "documentation/"
       including the extra files "FAQ" and "LICENSE".

SEE ALSO

       yard(1).

AUTHORS

       yard has been developed by Loren Segal <lsegal@soen.ca>.

       This manual page has been written for the Debian Project by C├ędric Boutillier (but may
       used by others).