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The 2 main school are :
Or a mixed of the two.
I choose the first so that you could explicitely add things like
Among those the difference in language is minimal. with most of the keywords in common and a few difference here and there like you to make crosslink.
lots of people like JsDoc and show it by forking it and adding incompatible option, so that v2 is almost 2 years old and has 4 implementation with different behavior. And the official one is deprecated.
v3 is "on it's way" with bugs like template not working. Exception about parsing command line after outputing half of the doc. Link in the doc not working.
The other good one I found was YUI doc, which more duplicate work (retype
So this is mostly targetting YUIdoc (http://yui.github.com/yuidoc/)
Comment starting with
Does this suite everyone ?
I'll add doc building with yuidoc on a separate PR.
A few comments:
A few things:
We are probably going to eventually want to start running jslint on our JS
We also will want to combine/minimize our JS.
We are going to start using Bootstrap and less and will want the ability to
On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:49 AM, Jason Grout firstname.lastname@example.org:
But, as you can see these will be requirements to develop the notebook, not
On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 9:52 AM, Brian Granger email@example.com wrote:
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Short from my phone.
Ok for merge?
I am not thrilled about this syntax, but I guess it is unavoidable. That
On Fri, Nov 30, 2012 at 2:31 PM, Bussonnier Matthias <