Declt 2.3 "Robert April" is out
I'm happy to announce the release of Declt 2.3. Declt is my reference manual generator for Common Lisp libraries.
The improvements and bug fixes in the last two releases are the result of running Declt against the whole Quicklisp world (around 3000 ASDF systems for 1500 libraries). See this post for more information.
New in this release:
- Advertise file extensions in references.
- Advertise the type of foreign definitions.
- More robust display and indexing of, and with, lambda-lists.
- Use UTF8 special characters to denote invisble ones.
- More robust support for Texinfo brace escaping.
- Handle modules sharing the same location.
- Ensure output is done with standard IO syntax.
- Fix potential duplication of some (non-lisp) files and document all static files.
- Fix potential duplication of packages documentation.
From the 2.2 "Christopher Pike" release (not previously advertised):
- Require a UTF-8 environment.
- Understand ASDF's notion of inferred system, and also be more protective against ASDF extensions.
- Support for improper lambda lists (e.g. destructuring ones).
- Improve contact defaulting code.
- Update support for SBCL's setf expanders introspection.
- Accept ASDF system designators.
- Various bug fixes in the areas of method combinations, accessor definition merging and setf expanders.
Find it at the usual place...