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defaultTag

Adds @default tag to those DocBlocks that should have it

From a code comment perspective the @default tag does not add much value when viewing it inline. However it does have value in the documentation it assists in generating. This plugin allows you to not have to include the @default tag in DocBlocks that are not for complex data types and have it be automatically added to the DocBlocks for you during documentation generation.

observesTag

Adds support for @observes tag

The use of this tag is inspired by the Ember.js Computed Property. By specifying this tag, followed by a list of properties being observed (comma-seperated by convention), the properties a computed property (or other similar manifestations of this pattern) is observing can be captured and displayed in the generated documentation.

In order for this tag to display in the generated documentation you will need to modify the /method.tmpl file to include:

<?js if (data.observes) { ?>
    <h5>Observes:</h5>
    <ul>
        <li><?js= data.observes ?></li>
    </ul>
<?js } ?>

emberObservesTag

Adds @observes tag to those DocBlocks that should have it

Ember.js Computed Properties observe properties. So do Ember.js Observers. Without needing to populate @observes tags this plugin will automatically add them to the DocBlocks for you during documentation generation.

This plugin supports both the prototype and non-prototype extension syntax:

fullName: function() {
    ...
}.property( 'firstName', 'lastName' ),

fullerName: Ember.computed( 'firstName', 'lastName', function() {
    ...
}),

watches: function() {
    ...
}.observes( 'firstName', 'lastName' ),

watchesMore: Ember.observer( 'firstName', 'lastName', function() {
    ...
})

It will also respect these properties when contained within an Ember.on() call, such as:

onThenObserver: Ember.on(
    'didInsertElement',
    Ember.observer(
        'propertyName',
        function() {
            ...
        }
    )
)

In order for this tag to display in the generated documentation you will need to modify the /method.tmpl file to include:

<?js if (data.observes) { ?>
    <h5>Observes:</h5>
    <ul>
        <li><?js= data.observes ?></li>
    </ul>
<?js } ?>

emberListensTag

Adds @listens tag to those DocBlocks that should have it

The Ember.js on() method subscribes to a named event with given function. Without needing to populate @listens tags this plugin will automatically add them to the DocBlocks for you during documentation generation.

This plugin supports both the prototype and non-prototype extension syntax:

initializer: function() {
    ...
}.on( 'property' )

anotherInitalizer: Ember.on( 'property', function() {
    ...
})

It will also respect these properties when contained within an Ember.observer() or Ember.computed() calls, such as:

observeThenOn: Ember.observer(
    'property',
    Ember.on(
        'didInsertElement',
        function() {
            ...
        }
    )
)

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