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Classes to load & parser XML documentation.

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Does anyone know of any classes that will load the XML documentation
into some useful classes?

I'm assuming there must be some somewhere as that's what the Object
browser does to show summaries and comments, and Intellisense must do
something similar.

But I can't find anything specific in the help files.

I could roll my own but would prefer to save an hour or two if it's
already been done.

Also the format of the XML documentation looks pretty simple - but does
anyone know of an XSD for it so I can be sure I've not missed anything?

Nov 16 '05 #1
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I don't believe there are any public classes that parse the XML
documentation into anything useful. If anything, I would check the VS.NET
program directory, and see if there are any classes in the install which
might help.

As for the schema, I don't know if there is one. When the compiler
exports the documentation, is there a namespace associated with it (which
might give clues about where the schema is)?

Hope this helps.
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Does anyone know of any classes that will load the XML documentation
into some useful classes?

I'm assuming there must be some somewhere as that's what the Object
browser does to show summaries and comments, and Intellisense must do
something similar.

But I can't find anything specific in the help files.

I could roll my own but would prefer to save an hour or two if it's
already been done.

Also the format of the XML documentation looks pretty simple - but does
anyone know of an XSD for it so I can be sure I've not missed anything?

Nov 16 '05 #2

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