automatic documentation

Jens Dagerbo jens.dagerbo at swipnet.se
Mon May 31 11:53:29 UTC 2004


AFAIK, this does not exist in Kate, but try asking the Kate developers 
instead, they'll know for sure..  (You're mailing the wrong list for 
questions about Kate, this is the KDevelop list.)

You might however be happy to find that the exact feature you ask for exists 
in KDevelop. :) 

The action is called "Document Current Function" and is offered by the Doxygen 
plugin. I believe this was added to CVS after the 3.0 release.


jd


On Monday 31 May 2004 13:40, quirin wrote:
> hi folks,
> 	i was wondering if there is a kate pluing (or something like that) which
> is doing some autodocumentation in doxygen style.
> for instance i start writing something like:
>
> 	int SuperClass::iAmJustAMemmber(int foo, float bar);
>
> and then that autodocumentation thing would complete the text file with
> stuff like
>
> 	//!
> 	/*!
> 	  \param foo
> 	  \param bar
> 	  \return
> 	*/
> 	int SuperClass::iAmJustAMemmber(int foo, float bar);
>
>
> does that already exist? (like doxymacs for superior emacs) if not i would
> start coding it since i am tired of doing this "by hand". any1 who wants to
> help me? (i know documenting the code is what coders really hate and even
> writing a plugin for kate is possibly considered as a waste of time but it
> really pays off ;-) ). but before coding i would rather appreciate knowing
> if somebody already did that for kate
>
> q
>
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