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An interesting application I was shown for documenting C# code is called Ghost Doc.

Roland's summary of the tool:- GhostDoc is a free add-in for Visual Studio that automatically generates XML
documentation comments for C#. Either by using existing documentation inherited
from base classes or implemented interfaces, or by deducing comments from
name and type of e.g. methods, properties or parameters.

Posted on Tuesday, November 4, 2008 9:30 AM Coding , Documentation | Back to top

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Ghost doc? That is one of the terms that I have an understanding but still can't figure it out how they do it. Until now, I have to crack the shell that is blocking my mind. - Marla Ahlgrimm
Left by Marla Ahlgrimm on Mar 05, 2012 9:51 AM

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** Disclosure - I work for Innovasys - the company that produces the product mentioned below **

Hope you don't mind me mentioning our commercial product for producing documentation from Xml source comments - Document! X for c# code documentation. As well as the core c# documentation functionality (including Visual Studio 2012 support and mobile/tablet output) it includes a Visual Comment Editor integrated with Visual Studio (edit C# xml comments in a WYSIWYG editor) as well as a full external authoring environment for both reference and conceptual topic content.

Document! X has a good pedigree; it has been available since before the .NET 1.0 release, supports database and XSD documentation too, and is used by many of the commercial .NET component companies including Infragistics, Dundas, Xceed, GrapeCity, Telerik etc.
Left by Richard Sloggett on Oct 05, 2012 12:44 PM

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