# Changeset 2334:c1e936e6a46b in lemon-0.x

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Timestamp:
01/05/07 11:59:18 (15 years ago)
Branch:
default
Phase:
public
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svn:c9d7d8f5-90d6-0310-b91f-818b3a526b0e/lemon/trunk@3121
Message:

I only corrected some errors in the documentation.

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lemon
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• ## lemon/graph_reader.h

 r2200 /// description of  \ref graph-io-page "Graph Input-Output". /// /// The file to be read may contain several maps and labeled nodes or /// edges. /// The file to be read may contain several maps and labeled /// (designated) nodes or edges. /// /// If you read a graph you need not read all the maps and items just those
• ## lemon/lemon_reader.h

 r2282 /// to read a section oriented format. /// /// In the Lemon Format each section starts with a line contains a \c \@ /// character on the first not white space position. This line is the /// header line of the section. Each next lines belong to this section /// while it does not starts with \c \@ character. This line can start a /// new section or if it can close the file with the \c \@end line. /// The file format ignore the empty and comment lines. The line is /// comment line if it starts with a \c # character. /// In the Lemon Format each section starts with a line containing a /// \c \@ character on the first not white space position. This line /// is the header line of the section. Each of the next lines belong /// to this section until a line starting with \c \@ character is /// found. This line can start a new section or it can close the /// file with the \c \@end line.  The file format ignores the empty /// and comment lines. The line is comment line if it starts with a /// \c # character. /// /// The framework provides an abstract LemonReader::SectionReader class /// what defines the interface of a SectionReader. The SectionReader /// has the \c header() member function what get a header line string and /// decides if it want to process the next section. Several SectionReaders /// can be attached to an LemonReader and the first attached what can /// process the section will be used. Its \c read() member will called /// with a stream contains the section. From this stream the empty and /// that defines the interface of a SectionReader. The SectionReader /// has the \c header() member function that gets a header line string and /// decides if it wants to process the next section. Several SectionReaders /// can be attached to a LemonReader and the first attached that can /// process the section will be used. Its \c read() member will be called /// with a stream containing the section. From this stream the empty and /// comment lines are filtered out. ///
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