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My favourite feature of rust-doc (the tool that automatically generates documentation from a paticular kind of docstring you can use in rust codebases) is the keyword linking. My least favourite feature of rust-doc is trying to remember to do said linking, or syntax highlighting in general as, I usually edit markdown (what rust-doc essentially makes) in a specific tool for it.
So, I made a tool to do it for me -- if you too are like me, perhaps it'll not only bring you joy, but also up the quality of your crate's docs.
cargo install --git https://github.com/alphastrata/stklr
NOTE THIS APP IS BETA AT BEST, IT'S A WIP.
Backup your codebase before using this, use source-control.
stklr# will bring up the help menu.
stklr preview#will show you changes it wants to make, changes are in green, source files and line numbers etc are all there.
stklr fix# will make changes to all the files you saw above, with
- Make in issue/PR -- include the text that threw it off.
- not yet.
More release platforms etc:
- later, not in beta stage.