#748 – Use GhostDoc Tool to Document Your Code

GhostDog, available at http://submain.com/products/ghostdoc.aspx, is a Visual Studio add-in that helps you to generate XML style documentation of your source code.

After installing, you’ll see GhostDoc commands under the Tools menu.

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The free version of GhostDoc allows you to generate one type member at a time.  If the member is inherited from a base type, the XML documentation is copied from the base type.

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There is a Pro version, available for $40, which allows you to document an entire type or entire file with a single command.

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About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about software development and sailing.

2 Responses to #748 – Use GhostDoc Tool to Document Your Code

  1. Dirk Strauss says:

    I have used GhostDoc, but lately I find myself moving to Atomineer – http://www.atomineerutils.com/

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