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NAME

       yri - documentation tool in console for Ruby

SYNOPSIS

       yri [options] Path_to_object

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.

       yri(1), synonym for yard ri gives the possibility to read the documentation for Ruby
       programs inside a console, pretty much like ri(1).

OPTIONS

   General Options:
       -b, --db FILE
           Use a specified .yardoc db to search in

       -T, --no-pager
           No pager

       -p, --pager PAGER
           Use PAGER as a pager

   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 a help message, similar to this page.

EXAMPLES

       yri String#gsub

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).