Generating Documentation

Here is an example how to generate documentation for your VB .NET or C# project in a few seconds in the easiest case.
After installation, VSdocman button appears in the Tools menu and on the standard toolbar as well.

VSdocman has its item in Tools menu. VSdocman has its button on standard toolbar.

This button invokes main VSdocman window where you can set various settings.

Compile options

Press Compile Project button on Compile pane. Compilation progress dialog appears and some log messages are printed in it.

Log messages during generating of documentation

You can then test generated documentation by pressing the Show Documentation button.

 

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