Chapter 9. Generating documentation

This chapter covers

  • Using XML documentation tags to comment code
  • Creating rich technical documentation with Sandcastle

Every developer knows another developer who doesn’t like to write documentation. Most of them see this fellow developer every day morning in the mirror; some see the other developer a little later, in the office. Even if you’re in the second group, you probably wouldn’t mind a little help on the documentation side, right?

There’s no magical way to produce documentation. It has to be written. But you can do this the smart way. How about documenting your code inside your source files and generating the documentation from there? You can do so by adding special XML comments to the code. The ...

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