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(expert!) own xml-tags in the documentation

Last post 11-11-2015, 2:09 AM by koerner-c. 0 replies.
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  •  11-11-2015, 2:09 AM 4217

    (expert!) own xml-tags in the documentation


    i just tried to figure out how i can use my own XML tags like


    ''' <name>Name of the comment/class/property/...</name>

    ''' <summary>

    ''' Just a little summary

    ''' </summary>

    ''' <example1>

    ''' <example2>My Name </example2>

    ''' <example3>10.11.2015</example3>

    ''' <version>testversion</version>

    ''' </example1>


    in Visual Basic. It differs when i try to comment a property,.. . The structure of every kind is always the same.

    Sometimes there are also tags like:

    <member name="M:ProjX.TypeA.TypeB.TypeC.classname2(ProjX.TypeA.TypeB.TypeC.classname@,ProjX.TypeA.TypeB.TypeC.classname@,System.Boolean,System.Boolean,ProjX.TypeA.TypeB.TypeCA.classname.Result@)">

    <name>The Name of the method</name>

    <summary> Some Text </summary>

    <param name="objSourceDirEntry" inOut="inOut" type="ProjX.TypeA.TypeB.TypeC.classname"> Tells me what it does</param>

    How can i realise a documentation included all the informations in a HelpFile? Is there any solution?

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