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  • Extracting generic type names

    My use case is as follows: In my unit tests I tend to store a lot of mocks as member variables on the test class. This is an ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by magnus on December 19, 2013
  • Re: GhostDoc Pro Automated Build Help File

    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.         
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by arif_azim on November 21, 2013
  • Released: GhostDoc v4.8

    As an active member of the Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner (VSIP) program, we again are proud to be VS2013 sim-ship partner and shipping all editions of GhostDoc v4.8 today simultaneously with the release of Visual Studio 2013. This release includes official and complete support for Visual Studio 2013 as well as number of ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on November 12, 2013
  • How to create a Help file for a single class.

    Hi All, I am newbie to Ghost-Doc. I have gone through the Ghost-Doc which is seems like to fill of my requirement for Service API documentation. Before purchasing this license version i try to implement in my project if it is suitable for me than i will go for it. I have one project which is contains multiple number of classes. But i want to ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by prakash on October 31, 2013
  • [GhostDoc Pro] [Method Rule Template] Line that is simply "///" with no other text + space issue.

    I am trying the demo version of GhostDoc Pro to see if it fits our needs. The first thing I am trying to do is to modify the rule template for the methods in C#. Our standard is already define and cannot change Here is my expected result:    /// ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by Blape on October 7, 2013
  • out of memory

    My solution in visual studio is really big and when I try to Build my help with GhostDoc Pro (Commercial version) I always receive a "out of memory" message. My last good result give me a CHM file with 37mo on my hard disk. I create only a HTML Help 1, not with website. All other parameter is by default.  Visual studio 2010 ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by Waxime on August 23, 2013
  • Released: GhostDoc v4.7

    We are happy to introduce the release of GhostDoc v4.7, a version that is greatly influenced by feedback from our users. It extends Visual Studio 2013 support and introduces an Enterprise version, Help Configurations, Help Content Targeting, embedding images into help markup, hyperlinking to base .NET Framework classes, abbreviation ...
    Posted to SubMain Blog (Weblog) by Anonymous on August 15, 2013
  • GhostDoc gets confused inside of lambdas and anonymous method

    For simple code such as this: class Test { void Method() { Action action = () => { Console.WriteLine(); // <-- <-- }; } } If we place the cursor on the line with the arrow comment and execute "Document This", GhostDoc will write a comment describing the Test ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by mferreira on May 29, 2013
  • How to reference class in another assembly in the <see/> tag?

    In my project I've seperated out the business services and business entities into their own class libraries for various reasons. I've tried all sorts of combinations to add a cross-reference in the documentation of my business services, but can't seem to work out the syntax for generating a link from the <see/> tag. In my ...
    Posted to GhostDoc (Forum) by nathonfowlie on April 30, 2013
  • Tutorial: How to access GhostDoc Pro key features

    Introduction Note: if you would like to get quick four minute overview of the key GhostDoc features before proceeding with the evaluation guide below, you can view this video. Once you've downloaded and installed GhostDoc Pro, you can access its features in several ways. First, it is added to the Tools menu in the Visual Studio IDE: Also, a ...
    Posted to Tutorials (Weblog) by xtab on March 28, 2013
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