This project is a node.js implementation of the ApexDoc project. The project aims to provide a documentation frame work for development on the force.com platform. To run this from a grunt build use grunt-apex-doc.
This project is currently in early alpha so bugs may be encountered (feel free to file an issue!). A complete test suite has not yet been implemented and major changes may be made to the project structure prior to the 1.0.0 release. Additionally, this project does not yet have feature parity with the Java ApexDoc and is missing the following notable features:
- Command-line arguments
- Class groups (IN TESTING)
- Class group content (IN TESTING)
The next steps for this project will be to support the following:
- Command-line arguments to override config.json settings
- Support for local template overrides
- SASS compilation to allow for easier styling
After cloning or downloading the project, run
npm install in the project root to install all dependencies.
config.json file to set the following properties:
source: The location of your class files. This should point to the "src/classes/" directory of a force.com project. This must end with a forward slash.
target: Where your documentation files will be placed. I suggest placing them in a directory like "docs/" of the force.com project. This must end with a forward slash.
company: The name of your company.
scopes: An array of scopes you would like to generate documentation for.
report: Settings for the documentation coverage analysis.
If `enable` is set to true, the documentation coverage analysis will run. You can set the `ratings` to establish thresholds for rating how well a class is covered.
To run the documentation, simply run
node run from the project root.
The directory specified in the
target param is emptied before the new files are generated to account for a difference in scope or deleted classes. Do not specify a directory containing other files as a target directory! As a safeguard, the directory will not be emptied if an index.html file is not found, but this is not bulletproof.
All HTML is generated by mustache using the templates contained in the
_templates directory. These templates can be customized however you want. Default styles are provided by Bootstrap.
Before creating a pull request please update the tests or create new tests in "/_test/" to cover your changes. New commits and pull requests will be tested by TravisCI but you should run the tests yourself first using