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1) How to access GhostDoc from command line ? ( we need it to attach to build process)
2) Does it create HTML file like CHM file.
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:
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 ...
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. ...
Any update on when this new release will be available?
Thank you for your prompt response and fix!
Any idea when this new version will be released?
When creating an ExtensionMethod in .NET, GhostDoc doesn't correctly document the parameters. The first parameter representing the Type that the extension method is being extended shouldn't be included in the parameter list.
Example: /// <summary> /// Concatenates a <seealso ...