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authorSylvestre Ledru <sylvestre.ledru@scilab-enterprises.com>2012-02-14 15:41:38 +0100
committerVincent COUVERT <vincent.couvert@scilab.org>2012-02-14 16:41:30 +0100
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Remove all the authors from the documentation. This has been done for the following reasons:
* No consistency (sometime, initial, sometimes full name or full name + employer) * Does not bring any value * No updated regularly * The author was sometime the author of the help page, sometime the author of the feature... For information, the following code has been used to remove them: function removeAuthor(fileName) doc = xmlRead(fileName); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Authors'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Author'']",["foo" "http:/"+... "/docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Autor'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Autors'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Auteur'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''Auteurs'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xp = xmlXPath(doc, "//foo:refsection[foo:title=''作者'']",["foo" "http://docbook.org/ns/docbook"]); xmlRemove(xp); xmlWrite(doc); xmlDelete(doc); endfunction listHelp=mgetl("helpfile.txt"); for i = 1 : size(listHelp,'*') removeAuthor(listHelp(i)); end Change-Id: Iaf61f6eb41abc0776d47d922f3de13b68b1c3e19
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21 <refsection> 21 <refsection>
22 <title>Description</title> 22 <title>Description</title>
23 <para> 23 <para>
24 All scilab primitive functions are defined in a set of interface 24 All scilab primitive functions are defined in a set of interface
25 routines. For each function the interfacing code checks first number of 25 routines. For each function the interfacing code checks first number of
26 rhs and lhs arguments. Then it get pointers on input arguments in the 26 rhs and lhs arguments. Then it get pointers on input arguments in the
27 Scilab data base and checks their types. After that it calls procedure 27 Scilab data base and checks their types. After that it calls procedure
28 associated with Scilab functions, checks returned errors flags and set 28 associated with Scilab functions, checks returned errors flags and set
29 the results in the data base.</para> 29 the results in the data base.
30 <para><literal>intersci</literal> is a program which permits to interface automatically FORTRAN 30 </para>
31 subroutines or C functions to Scilab</para>
32 <para> 31 <para>
33 With <literal>intersci</literal>, a user can group all his FORTRAN or C code into a same set, 32 <literal>intersci</literal> is a program which permits to interface automatically FORTRAN
34 called an interface, and use them in Scilab as Scilab functions. The interfacing 33 subroutines or C functions to Scilab
35 is made by creating a FORTRAN subroutine which has to be linked to 34 </para>
36 Scilab together 35 <para>
37 with the user code. This complex FORTRAN subroutine is automatically generated 36 With <literal>intersci</literal>, a user can group all his FORTRAN or C code into a same set,
38 by <literal>intersci</literal> from a description file of the interface.</para> 37 called an interface, and use them in Scilab as Scilab functions. The interfacing
38 is made by creating a FORTRAN subroutine which has to be linked to
39 Scilab together
40 with the user code. This complex FORTRAN subroutine is automatically generated
41 by <literal>intersci</literal> from a description file of the interface.
42 </para>
39 <para>Refer to intersci documentation for more details.</para> 43 <para>Refer to intersci documentation for more details.</para>
40 <para>Note that this feature is obsolete and unsupported and will be replaced by a Scilab SWIG wrapper in an upcoming version.</para> 44 <para>Note that this feature is obsolete and unsupported and will be replaced by a Scilab SWIG wrapper in an upcoming version.</para>
41 </refsection> 45 </refsection>
42 <refsection role="see also"> 46 <refsection role="see also">
43<title>See Also</title> 47 <title>See Also</title>
44 <simplelist type="inline"> 48 <simplelist type="inline">
45 <member> 49 <member>
46 <link linkend="fort">fort</link> 50 <link linkend="fort">fort</link>