Albert is a Common Lisp doc-generator, comparable to Javadoc and Doxygen.
Version: 0.4.10Albert is a Common Lisp doc-generator, comparable to Javadoc and Doxygen. Currently it generates DocBook. It reads an ASDF system definition and documents the system.
Operating System: Linux
What's New in This Release:
· New albert-setting, ("albert" "lisp2csf" "display-progress") to show which files are processed.
· Fixed embarrassing bug that stopped albert from working on newer sbcl versions.
· Started work on internal ids and ids in generated docbook, must preserve more info than just use @ or X
· Made lisp2csf more failsafe when checking files
· After testing on Maxima, avoid some bugs from happening when working on improper lists.
· Currently does wrong on macros that needs destructuring, just flattens them now.
· Added actual handling of &rest and &body
· Made asdf/defsystem more robust and it needs not be available when albert is compiled.
· minor tweaking.