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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.
Hi, I'm new to GhostDoc, so my apologies if this issue has been raised before.
I'm trying to provide an internal Help File for other developers within my team. This is based on XML comment tags for the C# and VB.NET classes, properties and functions we use.
For example, we might have a function in a custom collection class ...
I have a problem with my Visual Studio 2010 builds emitting warnings for all of the undocumented public methods in Service References I have in my solution (I have many).
I expressly purchased GhostDoc Pro to put comments on all of the web services automatically.
What is the proper/quick way to do that? Also, does ...
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:
Will this include "ref", as well as "params", and optional parameters (.NET 4.0)?
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. ...
I just downloaded the last released GhostDoc atm. and started writting some custom configuration (I had played with old versions, before it was adquired by submain). I decided to write a custom rule for all the methods and properties in one of my solutions in Visual Studio 2010... I thought it was a good way to test both my ...