|Custom tags||Alexey Ozerov||7/22/12 11:15 AM|
Is it possible to configure yuidoc to use custom tags?
For example, I want to use two tags @implemented and @notimplemented to mark a class's methods. Also I need to have checkboxes on the main maodule's page to hide/show implemented and not implemented methods.
I've checked documentation but found nothing.
Thanks in advance for any help.
|Re: [yuidoc] Custom tags||Dav Glass||7/22/12 1:11 PM|
There is no "built-in" way to deal with custom tags, but overriding
the GUI is pretty simple:
Let me look into the best way to allow tag overrides.
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|Re: [yuidoc] Custom tags||Alexey Ozerov||7/22/12 3:56 PM|
Thank you for quick response!
What do you think is it correct way to copy ~/.npm/yuidocjs/0.3.13/package/themes/default somewhere and modify it's /partials/method.handlebars file to add necessary tags?
It seems I may add @not/implemented tags/checkboxes (@deprecated is a good example).
After that apidocs.js and main.css should be changed.
Quite sad that there is no "built-in" way for all that.
On Monday, July 23, 2012 12:11:58 AM UTC+4, Dav Glass wrote:
There is no "built-in" way to deal with custom tags, but overridingOn Sun, Jul 22, 2012 at 1:15 PM, Alexey Ozerov wrote: