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My company just made a purchase of CodeIt.Right with Software Assurance and Support Subscription, and we're having some issues getting it work properly. (The subscription part seems to have not gone through your system yet according to the "Check for Updates" button in VS, which says we have no subscription, but we trust ...
I need to add some simple rules to .sql and .txt files included to my project (rules like find strings).
Is it possible to configure CodeIt.Right to parse files which are not directly c# project compiled files (like *.txt, *.xml or *.sql files)?
Is there a tutorial how to configure Shared Folder for team features
we have custom rules with a custom profile and I want to share them across all visual studio
we have enterprise license for all users
Consider the following Gosdoc-generated documetation:/// <summary>
/// Inits the trading book drop down.
private void InitTradingBookDropDown()
LSTUIHelper.PopulateTradingBookDropDown(this.cboTradingBook, DataExchangeService, false, false);
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 use custom attributes in summary tags. For example:
<summary acc="protected" type="System.String">
I use the attributes in an XSLT I created for generating HTML documentation. It would be really nice if we could add User-defined rules that can add attributes to these tags.
I have just started using GhostDoc and must say that it is fantastic. Congratulations on such a simple but very useful tool.
The main benefit that I am getting from it at the moment is the ability to automatically produce xml comments for inherited members. I like to document my code as much as possible but found that I was neglecting ...