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Include exception documentation

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 8 Jahren 0
New feature suggestion: add exception documentation into XML Comment - list exceptions raised within a method.
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Generate HTML documentation

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 6 Jahren 1
A feature to generate HTML documentation file based on solution/project XML comments
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This was implemented in v4
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Pro: Add CodeSpell features into GhostDoc

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 7 Jahren 0
Add code spelling features to GhostDoc
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As we announced, our CodeSpell product will be rewritten using new code spelling engine - the same engine that in used in CodeIt.Right - and CodeSpell features will be added to GhostDoc Pro.

UPDATE: Completed in Beta 2 
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Pro: Add IntelliSense to T4 Template Editor

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 8 Jahren 0
Add IntelliSense to T4 Template Editor for GhostDoc API
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Correct or alert for invalid \ illegal characters.

Charles Barest vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert von Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren 0

It would be cool if GhostDoc Pro would warn developers of "illegal" characters within their XML comments. 

Scenario:

Yesterday, it took me a while to figure out that the reason GhostDoc Pro errored out on my comments was that I had several code examples that used the binary '&' (ampersand operator) and perhaps should have used the HTML code '&' instead. 

Would have been great if while parsing the 100+ lines of comments and source code examples I had typed in, GhostDoc Pro would have substituted the correct XML \ HTML codes everyplace I had an ampersand. 

I know there are other scenarios (such as <code> examples of generics) that have to be formatted differently in order for the XML to remain well formed and valid. Agin, it would be a killer tool if GhostDoc Pro could make those changes or at least alert the user to the existance of an illegal character.

Kindest regards,

Charles

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Pro: Add File Header template

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 7 Jahren 0
Document file should support adding the top-level file header comments (<copyright/>). Also the ability to re-write that comment to handle when the file name is changed.
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UPDATE: Completed in Beta 2  
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Preview the documentation

Lance Do vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert von Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 7 Jahren 0
Developer can choose a menu command like "Preview the documentation" to see how his documentation will be display. There are some special characters (like &lt; &gt;..) which aren't easy to see directly from the IDE editor.
Antwort
Yep, thank you. We actually have it on our list. This is linked to the upcoming Generate HTML Documentation feature but is a separate feature.
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Pro: Add Spell Checker for existing comments

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 7 Jahren 2
Consider an integration that lets you rewrite comments with spelling issues.
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UPDATE: Completed in Beta 2  
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(EE) Publish Custom Dictionary

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 8 Jahren 0

Option to include custom dictionary into the profile/rule publishing - Enterprise Edition introduces Shared dictionary (in addition to User dictionary). Shared dictionary can be included and published for all Analysis Module users.

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"Copy Rule" feature

Serge B. (Co-founder, Product Management) vor 8 Jahren aktualisiert vor 8 Jahren 0

Profile Editor : enable copying existing rule instance to reconfigure it under a new name