Commit d4f55ec6 authored by Guillaume Melquiond's avatar Guillaume Melquiond

Fix documentation for modules/mach/ files.

parent 594e89d0
......@@ -1590,17 +1590,20 @@ STDLIBS = algebra \
sum
# function ? tptp ?
STDMODS = arith array hashtbl impset pqueue queue random ref stack string
STDMODS = array hashtbl impset pqueue queue random ref stack string
STDMACS = array int
STDLIBFILES = $(addsuffix .why, $(addprefix theories/, $(STDLIBS)))
STDMODFILES = $(addsuffix .mlw, $(addprefix modules/, $(STDMODS)))
STDMACFILES = $(addsuffix .mlw, $(addprefix modules/mach/, $(STDMACS)))
stdlibdoc: $(STDLIBFILES) $(STDMODFILES) bin/why3doc.@OCAMLBEST@
mkdir -p doc/stdlibdoc
rm -f doc/stdlibdoc/style.css
WHY3CONFIG="" bin/why3doc.@OCAMLBEST@ -L theories -L modules \
-o doc/stdlibdoc --title "Why3 Standard Library" \
$(STDLIBFILES) $(STDMODFILES)
$(STDLIBFILES) $(STDMODFILES) $(STDMACFILES)
clean::
rm -f doc/stdlibdoc/*
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......@@ -40,10 +40,10 @@ end
(** {2 Machine integers}
Bounded integers, typically n-bit signed and unsigned integers, go
here. We first introude a generic theory [Bounded_int]of bounded
here. We first introduce a generic theory [Bounded_int] of bounded
integers, with minimal and maximal values (resp. [min] and [max]).
Then we instantiate it to get 32 and 64 signed and unsigned integers
([Int32], [UInt32], [Int64], and [UInt64]) as well as 31 and 63 signed
Then we instantiate it to get 32-bit and 64-bit signed and unsigned integers
([Int32], [UInt32], [Int64], and [UInt64]) as well as 31-bit and 63-bit signed
integers ([Int31] and [Int63]) to be used in OCaml programs.
*)
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