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I've introduced my own rules to extend the xml output of properties, methods, fields, etc.
As mentioned in the subject, the processor stops processing, if it hits on
a List<T> type.
Take this short code snippet as an example:
I'm a very happ user of GhostDoc, and I use it at 2 different machines (XP pro and WIndows 7 Enterprise) with Visual Studio 2008 Pro.
I observe that often I have to "initialize" ghostdoc when I start Visual Studio, especially after I have closed VS2008 at the other machine (even without logging of ...
When I run the installer the older version 2.x is detected and a message by advises that it must be uninstalled first. But... how???
It's been a while since I've used GhostDoc, but I seem to remember it being very easy to enter a long list of parameter name documentation replacements. This was really handy when you have consistent parameter/property names representing application or company-specific topics.
Simple example - a parameter such as ...
Will this include "ref", as well as "params", and optional parameters (.NET 4.0)?
I always rebuild my doc comments manually so I wasn't meaning that it should be automatic (though that would be nice if there's a way to do that).
Any other modification to a method - removing a parameter, changing it to 'void' return, renaming a parameter, etc. all work correctly by "rebuilding" the doc comments for the ...
I'm running version 3.0.10340 on Win7 x64.
If I have a constructor that is initially defined as 'public' and document the ctor I get the following summary comments (as expected): /// <summary> /// Initializes a new instance of the <see cref="Class1"/> class. ...
I think this bug is still not fixed. I uninstalled my previous version and installed this latest 3.0.10340 version. I'm running VS 2008 SP1 on Windows7 x64.
Notice that the "currentString" param is present in the doc comments. /// <summary> /// Chops the trim. ...
Is there a way to know the column an element is defined at from within a T4 template? I'm writing a line wrapping function to have summary lines wrapped at 100 chars absolute but to do that I need to know at which column the element the summary is defined on starts.
I was validating a modified T4 template in which I inadvertently put an infinite loop. I found the UI to hang forever after clicking Validate, requiring me to kill Visual Studio and restart it. I think the validation logic should run its task on a separate thread and kill it after a timeout.