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NDoc 2.0 Alpha available for download

Since NDoc 2.0 is unlikely to be released in the near future, if ever,
I've decided to post the current alpha version on my website:

http://www.kynosarges.de/NDoc.html

Download and enjoy. It works quite well, but remember that I can't
help you if you run into problems. Actually, nobody can. This is
just a snapshot of what was, and what might have been...
--
http://www.kynosarges.de
Jul 21 '06 #1
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Chris Nahr wrote:
Since NDoc 2.0 is unlikely to be released in the near future, if ever,
I've decided to post the current alpha version on my website:

http://www.kynosarges.de/NDoc.html

Download and enjoy. It works quite well, but remember that I can't
help you if you run into problems. Actually, nobody can. This is
just a snapshot of what was, and what might have been...
What amazes me is that the current dev team of ndoc doesn't checkin
the code they worked on so others can perhaps alter it and make it
better.

Also, I have the feeling that (and this is just a guess) ndoc 2
development was first focussed on porting internal structures to .net
2.0, while it should have been that they had ported the engine's
FEATURES to .net 2.0, i.e. support for generics and compatibility with
..net 2.0 reflection code.

FB

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Jul 22 '06 #2
On Sat, 22 Jul 2006 01:58:27 -0700, "Frans Bouma [C# MVP]"
<pe******************@xs4all.nlwrote:
What amazes me is that the current dev team of ndoc doesn't checkin
the code they worked on so others can perhaps alter it and make it
better.
There appear to be some issues regarding bits of GPL'd code that
shouldn't be in the source distribution, or something. That's also
one reason why we don't get an official release.
> Also, I have the feeling that (and this is just a guess) ndoc 2
development was first focussed on porting internal structures to .net
2.0, while it should have been that they had ported the engine's
FEATURES to .net 2.0, i.e. support for generics and compatibility with
.net 2.0 reflection code.
Well, I don't know anything about the early development of NDoc 2, but
I do know that Kevin was incredibly focused on fixing every last bug
and getting every last feature request in. I wouldn't be surprised if
the current alpha surpasses the upcoming first Sandcastle release in
terms of both features and reliability. Needless to say, the constant
stream of improvements delayed the release of a final version...
--
http://www.kynosarges.de
Jul 22 '06 #3

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