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NDoc for .NET Framework 2.0

I need something like NDoc that supports .NET Framework 2.0?

I've downloaded last NDoc but did not work with 2.0 assemblies.

Also googled deep enough to find this URL that seems to be down:

http://ndoc.sourceforge.net/wiki/dotNet_2.0_Support

Any other ideas?

Thanks very much.

Jul 19 '06 #1
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Lonifasiko wrote:
I need something like NDoc that supports .NET Framework 2.0?

I've downloaded last NDoc but did not work with 2.0 assemblies.

Also googled deep enough to find this URL that seems to be down:

http://ndoc.sourceforge.net/wiki/dotNet_2.0_Support

Any other ideas?

Thanks very much.
I've downloaded a version from here:

http://jonas.lagerblad.com/blog/?p=4

This started building documentation for .NET 2.0, but then seemed to
"hang". If I stopped it at this point, the documentation had all been
generated however. I haven't tried any of the more "advanced" features
of NDoc, such as trying to document generics, so I'm not sure how well
it handles these however.

Regards
Richard
http://www.richardjonas.com/blog

Jul 19 '06 #2

Lonifasiko wrote:
I need something like NDoc that supports .NET Framework 2.0?

I've downloaded last NDoc but did not work with 2.0 assemblies.

Also googled deep enough to find this URL that seems to be down:

http://ndoc.sourceforge.net/wiki/dotNet_2.0_Support

Any other ideas?

Thanks very much.
I've downloaded a version from here:

http://jonas.lagerblad.com/blog/?p=4

This started building documentation for .NET 2.0, but then seemed to
"hang". If I stopped it at this point, the documentation had all been
generated however. I haven't tried any of the more "advanced" features
of NDoc, such as trying to document generics, so I'm not sure how well
it handles these however.

Regards
Richard
http://www.richardjonas.com/blog

Jul 19 '06 #3
On 18 Jul 2006 23:57:03 -0700, "Lonifasiko" <ml*******@gmail.com>
wrote:
>I need something like NDoc that supports .NET Framework 2.0?
Yes, NDoc 2.0. Unfortunately only available as an alpha version to
testers on a mailing list right now. I'm trying to get permission to
post the current version on my website as it works quite well.
--
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Jul 19 '06 #4
ri****************@hotmail.com wrote:
>
Lonifasiko wrote:
I need something like NDoc that supports .NET Framework 2.0?

I've downloaded last NDoc but did not work with 2.0 assemblies.

Also googled deep enough to find this URL that seems to be down:

http://ndoc.sourceforge.net/wiki/dotNet_2.0_Support

Any other ideas?

Thanks very much.

I've downloaded a version from here:

http://jonas.lagerblad.com/blog/?p=4

This started building documentation for .NET 2.0, but then seemed to
"hang". If I stopped it at this point, the documentation had all been
generated however. I haven't tried any of the more "advanced"
features of NDoc, such as trying to document generics, so I'm not
sure how well it handles these however.
It seems to be unable to call the helpcompiler. I managed to compile
the stuff by manually open the hhp project it had generated, but it
lacked some generics support so I went for a commercial alternative.
Not that good either, but at least it gave usable output.

FB

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Jul 19 '06 #5
Hi,

Thanks very much for the info.

I downloaded the "release" of NDoc for .NET 2.0 from the URL you gave.

Just tried to open .sln file (VS2005) and NDoc threw me this:

"There are no projects in this solution that NDoc can import. Either
the solution is blank, or the projects contained within
the solution are not of a type NDoc can import."

Same message as NDoc v1.3.1 downloaded from SourceForge.

Should I uninstall NDoc v1.3.1 prir to executing this release?

Have anyone else experienced this problem when importing a VS 2005
solution file? Any other way to do it?

Thanks very much in advance.

Jul 19 '06 #6
GT
I have the same problem with nDoc 1.3.1 v15 & v16:

"There are no projects in this solution that NDoc can import. Either
the solution is blank, or the projects contained within
the solution are not of a type NDoc can import."

Appreciate a solution to this.

"Lonifasiko" wrote:
Hi,

Thanks very much for the info.

I downloaded the "release" of NDoc for .NET 2.0 from the URL you gave.

Just tried to open .sln file (VS2005) and NDoc threw me this:

"There are no projects in this solution that NDoc can import. Either
the solution is blank, or the projects contained within
the solution are not of a type NDoc can import."

Same message as NDoc v1.3.1 downloaded from SourceForge.

Should I uninstall NDoc v1.3.1 prir to executing this release?

Have anyone else experienced this problem when importing a VS 2005
solution file? Any other way to do it?

Thanks very much in advance.

Jul 27 '06 #7
>"GT" wrote:
>
I have the same problem with nDoc 1.3.1 v15 & v16:

"There are no projects in this solution that NDoc can import. Either
the solution is blank, or the projects contained within
the solution are not of a type NDoc can import."

Appreciate a solution to this.
I had the same prob - but got around it by simply opening a new project,
then drag/dropping my dll's over to the "Select Assemblies to Document" list.

Aug 3 '06 #8

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