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Ignore @apiIgnore #27
Is it possible to have an extra option to be able to ignore @apiIgnore.
My current use case is as follows; I'm building a client facing API, this API also contains private methods that are not open to clients.
Currently private methods are left out by using
If you use a build tool like grunt, you can add a task that filters the
Quick example Task:
Hi, thanks for your replay, i've used a different system, i've created doc.private.js for private only api and doc.public.js for public, then i've create this grunt task:
Thanks for your time.
I am working with the same issue. Has anyone found a way to generate two separate html files (one with all endpoints, one with only public endpoints)?
I was able to build a gulp task which creates a new JSON with the public only endpoint, but I am wondering if there is a way to create two separate html files from inside the same apidoc folder.