futhark doc [options…] dir
futhark doc generates HTML-formatted documentation from Futhark
code. One HTML file will be created for each
.fut file in the
given directory, as well as any file reachable through
expressions. The given Futhark code will be considered as one
cohesive whole, and must be type-correct.
Futhark definitions may be documented by prefixing them with a block
of line comments starting with
-- | (see example below).
Simple Markdown syntax is supported within these comments. A link to
another identifier is possible with the notation
namespace must be either
mtype (module names are in the
namespace). A file may contain a leading documentation comment, which
will be considered the file abstract.
futhark doc will ignore any file whose documentation comment
consists solely of the word “ignore”. This is useful for files that
contain tests, or are otherwise not relevant to the reader of the
|-h||Print help text to standard output and exit.|
|-o outdir||The name of the directory that will contain the generated documentation. This option is mandatory.|
|-v, --verbose||Print status messages to stderr while running.|
|-V||Print version information on standard output and exit.|
-- | Gratuitous re-implementation of `map`@term. -- -- Does exactly the same. let mymap = ...