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maybe the default GhostDoc settings should conform to the default StyleCop settings?

  •  04-23-2010, 12:13 PM

    maybe the default GhostDoc settings should conform to the default StyleCop settings?

    GhostDoc Developers (and all) --

    I think maybe the default GhostDoc settings should conform to the default StyleCop settings?

    Or maybe there should a StyleCop-friendly template or options of some kind, that can be set in GhostDoc, to initialize the settings in GhostDoc with a StyleCop-friendly set of rules?

    For example, the value for the returns tag in the XML comment must always start with a capital letter, according to the default StyleCop rules. Currently, the default GhostDoc rules, for a method that retuns a boolean, the returns XML comment starts with a lower case.

    I know that both StyleCop and GhostDoc can be customized to effect this change-- but, maybe the 2 ought to play nice out-of-the-box, to have a common baseline.

    Maybe?

    It is just an idea.

    Regardless, GhostDoc is great as-is.

    What do you think?

    Thank you.

    -- Mark Kamoski

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