|author:||SHIBUKAWA Yoshiki <yoshiki at shibu.jp>|
This is the Ruby domain for Sphinx 1.0. Sphinx 1.0 will deliver new feature – Domain. It will enable other language support except Python and C language.
This extension provides directives and roles to write Ruby documents.
Ruby Domain supports following objects:
This domain expresses methods and attribute names like this:
Module#method_name Class#method_name Class#attribute_name
And other items(module function and class method) are expressed like this:
Take care separator charactors!
These contents is copied from http://ruby-doc.org/stdlib/libdoc/drb/rdoc/classes/DRb/DRbObject.html
This is source:
.. rb:module:: DRb .. rb:class:: DRbObject Object wrapping a reference to a remote drb object. Method calls on this object are relayed to the remote object that this object is a stub for. .. rb:classmethod:: new(obj[, uri=nil]) Create a new remote object stub. obj is the (local) object we want to create a stub for. Normally this is nil. uri is the URI of the remote object that this will be a stub for. .. rb:classmethod:: new_with_uri(uri) Create a new DRbObject from a URI alone. .. rb:method:: method_missing(msg_id, *a, &b) Routes method calls to the referenced object.
Object wrapping a reference to a remote drb object.
Method calls on this object are relayed to the remote object that this object is a stub for.
Create a new remote object stub.
obj is the (local) object we want to create a stub for. Normally this is nil. uri is the URI of the remote object that this will be a stub for.
Create a new DRbObject from a URI alone.
Routes method calls to the referenced object.
From other place, you can create cross reference like that:
If you want to connect other node, use :rb:meth:`DRb::DRbObject.new_with_uri` and get front object.
If you want to connect other node, use DRb::DRbObject.new_with_uri and get front object.
This file describes user-visible changes between the extension versions.
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