Scanner with --no-documentation option (source-code included)

Daniel Stone daniel at
Mon Dec 4 14:08:40 UTC 2017

Hi Felipe,

On 2 December 2017 at 20:17, ferreiradaselva
<ferreiradaselva at> wrote:
> I don't know how useful this feature would be for others (it would be for
> me), but I made the wayland-scanner to take a no-documentation option. It
> omits the documentation comments (but still keep the copyright notice). Is
> this something of interest?
> I added the source on

Thanks very much for preparing this. It's hard to comment on the code
though, without being able to see the differences.

The usual manner patches are prepared is:
  * create a new branch in your Git worktree (say, scanner-no-doc)
  * make the changes you want to your source code
  * commit those changes
  * use git send-email to post the changes to the list

That way we can see just the differences between your code and
mainline, rather than having to read the whole file and try not to
miss anything.


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