In this article I share some examples of Scala’s Scaladoc syntax, including common Scaladoc tags, and the wiki-style of markup that Scaladoc supports.
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An example of Scaladoc tags and wiki formatting
You can mark up your source code using Scaladoc tags as well as a wiki-like syntax. The following code shows many of the Scaladoc tags and a few of the wiki-style markup tags:
I haven’t done any HTML5-specific web programming in a while, so although I know many of the HTML5 tags, I don’t know them all. Here’s a link to the HTML Element Reference page on w3schools.com.
I just got the Drupal Similar By Terms module working with Drupal 8, and I want to share my notes here so (a) I can remember how this works, and (b) in case it helps anyone else.
Configuring a View for the “Similar By Terms” module
My configuration Cliffnotes are:
If you attempt to do a normal
git push origin master after adding a tag, you’ll get an “Everything up-to-date” message from Git. In short, this is because you have to push a tag to the origin just like you push a branch.
In my case I just created a tag named
v0.1, so I pushed it like this:
git push origin v0.1
The output from the
git push command looks like this: