Commit 11333e07 authored by Pekka Pessi's avatar Pekka Pessi

sip/sip_parser.docs: fixed whitespace

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parent d930d2b9
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* new parser is added.
*
* The @b sip module contains interface to the SIP headers and message
* objects. The interface is abstracted using objects known as
* objects. The interface is abstracted using objects known as
* @ref msg_hclass_s "header classes" and @ref msg_mclass_s "message classes".
*
* The @ref msg_mclass_s "message class" defines how a message is handled:
......@@ -15,14 +15,14 @@
* classes. It also contains function pointers used by the parser to handle
* message body and other details that vary between protocols.
*
* A @ref msg_hclass_s "header class" defines how a single header is parsed.
* A @ref msg_hclass_s "header class" defines how a single header is parsed.
* Each header has its own header class. There are also header classes for
* message elements that are not really headers, like @ref sip_request
* "request" and @ref sip_status "status line",
* @ref sip_separator "separator between headers" and
* "request" and @ref sip_status "status line",
* @ref sip_separator "separator between headers" and
* @ref sip_payload "message body"
* (which is also known as payload). There is also a header classes
* for @ref sip_unknown "unknown headers" and
* for @ref sip_unknown "unknown headers" and
* @ref sip_error "headers that contained parsing errors".
*
*
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*
* Create a header template for your header just like sip_rfc2543.h.in,
* e.g, sip_example.h.in:
*
*
*@code
/**@file sip_example.h.in
*
* Template for <sofia-sip/sip_example.h>.
*/
#ifndef SIP_EXAMPLE_H
#ifndef SIP_EXAMPLE_H
/** Defined when <sofia-sip/sip_example.h> has been included. */
#define SIP_EXAMPLE_H
#define SIP_EXAMPLE_H
/**@file sofia-sip/sip_example.h
/**@file sofia-sip/sip_example.h
*
* @brief Example header.
*
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