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xmldoc for System.Linq.Async #1063

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Daniel15 opened this issue Oct 29, 2019 · 4 comments

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@Daniel15 Daniel15 commented Oct 29, 2019

Would it be possible to add xmldocs for System.Linq.Async? Currently Visual Studio does not show any intellisense for these methods, which makes it tricky to tell exactly what some of them do.

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@akarnokd akarnokd commented Nov 13, 2019

There isn't any docs in the source at all.

@onovotny can you setup System.Linq.Async to have VS complain about missing docs on public members as well as ensure the build does generate XML?

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@onovotny onovotny commented Nov 13, 2019

We can have it complain about missing docs, the bigger issue is time. We need someone to create the method docs first.

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@akarnokd akarnokd commented Nov 13, 2019

Indeed there are a lot of methods and probably dozens of PRs worth of changes. I have some free time this week to start working on them. Btw, which sln is for System.Linq.Async Ix.NET or Ix.Async.NET now?

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@onovotny onovotny commented Nov 13, 2019

It looks like Ix.Async.NET is a subset of Ix.NET that only has the main libraries and tests. Ix.NET has the benchmark tests and the reference assembly projects too.

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