Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure if you mean it's always done
this or it shouldn't do this but you've not heard about it.
I installed older versions of both Ruby Gems and rdoc and I
couldn't get it to replicate the behavior I thought it was doing
previously so I must have been wrong. Sorry for the bad report.
I do stil think it should ignore the no doc line when running
gem rdoc --all but it's not reasonable for me to ask
for you to change the way it's been working and is expected to work
by others. Maybe a --force-all option could be added but I also
realize there are more important things on your plate.
Thank you again for your time and sorry to have wasted it. And
thanks for all the work all of you do for free to support the
P.S. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to close this or you