[Mono-list] Why doesn't mcs generate XML documentation?

Giuseppe Greco giuseppe.greco@agamura.com
12 Jul 2003 10:17:09 +0200

On Sat, 2003-07-12 at 10:08, Markus Bertheau wrote:
> В Сбт, 12.07.2003, в 07:01, Giuseppe Greco пишет:
> > > Giuseppe Greco wrote:
> > > To get all your documentation into one file: Doxygen can generate the 
> > > additional files needed by hcc, needed to generate compiled HTML Help.
> > > Works quite well. It also appears to be able to generate PDF files, but 
> > > I have to admit that I have not used this option yet.
> > 
> > If you want to product PDF or PS documents, you have to let Doxygen
> > generate LaTeX source files; then, you can process them whit LaTeX.
> > You can also generate man documentation.
> With xml docbook you can generate pfds directly through fop.

Of course, this is another option. We normally write technical
docs in XML (DocBook) and then generate FO/HTML output with
xsltproc. From FO to PDF we currently use fop, but we plan to
switch to xmlroff (we are trying to avoid java) as soon as it
is more stable.

By the way, this morning I've checked out NDoc from CVS and it
works really good with Mono on Linux... so I think I've solved my

Giuseppe Greco


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