[Mono-dev] monodocer ignores "internal protected" members
jonpryor at vt.edu
Tue Feb 5 09:01:24 EST 2008
On Tue, 2008-02-05 at 13:26 +0100, Stefan Noack wrote:
> I'm not sure whether this problem is subject to this list but I didn't
> find a better place to report my problem.
mono-docs-list is the normal place for this.
> I use monodocer with -importslashdoc to import XML documentation from
> the files generated by the compiler from in-source XML documentation. As
> it should be internal and private classes/members are ignored. However,
> internal protected members should not be ignored as they are accessible
> to someone overriding class members. They are present in the XML files
> generated by the compiler, though. I neither found an option telling
> monodocer not to ignore internal protected classes/members nor did I
> find a bug report about this issue.
What version of mono is this? That was fixed on 2007-03-15 so that
internal protected members were documented; it's even checked in the
unit tests. I'm not sure which Mono release came after that, but it's
been fixed in svn for nearly a year.
If you have a recent version of monodocer and it still fails for you,
could you file a minimal reproducible test case at bugzilla.novell.com?
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