Wed, 7 November 2007
NDocProc, our small and simple .NET javadoc-like documentation generator, has been updated for C# 2.0 and Generics.
Changes since the previous announcement include:
- Support for generics, nested types, arrays, delegates, events, and the intersection of them all.
- Now requires .NET 2.0 or Mono 2.0 to build.
- Support for slightly more of the XML documentation language used in .NET documentation comments.
- Better formatting of namespace pages, and summaries on the main index page.
hg clone http://hg.opensource.lshift.net/ndocproc
On 14 January, 2008 at 3:05 am,wrote:
Change this code in “Reflection”:
foreach (Type t in a.GetTypes())
if (t.Namespace == null)
namespaces[t.Namespace] = new ArrayList();
types[t.FullName] = t;
On 14 January, 2008 at 12:36 pm,wrote:
Thanks for the contribution! What’s the motivation behind the change?
On 18 January, 2008 at 2:46 am,wrote:
In my project, the key ‘t.Namespace’ was noy in the list. So I got an exception at ‘namespaces[t.Namespace]=….
BTW: I always do this checking with Arrays.
On 21 January, 2008 at 12:32 pm,wrote:
So, it turns out that in yet another design masterstroke, MS have decreed that null shall not be permitted as a key in an IDictionary. Thanks for the heads-up, Claus. I shall work around the issue and release another snapshot.
On 21 January, 2008 at 1:12 pm,wrote:
I’ve released an update to NDocProc which fixes the bug, Claus. Please let me know if it works for you! … and thanks for the bug report.