The comments generated automatically are only going to be placeholders for the signature of the method - you'll still need to fill them in with useful information, otherwise your documentation generated will be pretty slim. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. How can a computer explain code?
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Produce help documentation in multiple formats See your comments as they appear in the help file. This list is all about Visual Studio extensions. NET which will generate explanations comments of code if we gor it function or event handlers like GhostDoc which we feel is not a good tool?
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It had its heyday aroundbut I think little or no development has taken place since. Version v adds contemporary frameless web help documentation themes. Contemporary help documentation themes. All XML commenting is going to be similar to Ghostdoc - it's the quality of the comments that you enter which matter, not the program used to generate them.
Did you ever find an alternative free tool? Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Is there a tool for. Documentation should explain important information too long to put in the name. The comments generated automatically are only going to be placeholders for the signature of the method - you'll still need to fill them in with useful information, otherwise your documentation generated will be pretty slim.
But this article from a year ago shows that GhostDoc still produces undocumentation. If you're wanting to generate decent documentation from these, I suggest https: Software Assurance subscription Annual subscription add-on provides minor and major upgrades during the cover period. Enterprise Licensing Server option Option to enable in-house product activation.
VS will create XML comments on a triple forward-slash as well. GhostDoc can't do that. Visual Studio extensions ReSharper — The legendary. Now, whatever you do, please do not produce undocumentation!