|Jul 27, 2007, 05:52 PM||#1|
I have realised that the source code for my application is well, very poor, so I've been trying to get my documentation up to scratch, I tried using HeaderDoc, but Apple seem to have abandoned it and it is very buggy (it adds a month to dates, so thinks today is the 27th August) and it is difficult to get to parse the code.
Anyhow what can I use? I am programming in Objective C so sadly (I guess) can't use Javadoc, which is excellent.
EDIT: Attached is the relevent header file, and the documentation folder in a zip, apart from the dates I may be being a little unfair about HeaderDoc so I'll take another look tomorrow, but good documentation comments are still welcome.
Last edited by Eraserhead; Jul 27, 2007 at 06:09 PM. Reason: Adding attachment/edit
|Jul 27, 2007, 06:24 PM||#2|
Beyond that, it is useful to have documentation that explains how a class is used. Automatic tools usually don't do that, because they just document individual functions. And as I said, with well-written code that kind of documentation doesn't add very much.
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