ExcludeTag

Michalis Kamburelis edited this page Jan 7, 2017 · 5 revisions

PasDoc uses the tag @exclude to mark items that should not be in the documentation. This can be any type of item, e.g. a complete class, a method, a field etc.

When @exclude tag is placed at the class/record/interface or unit comment, then the whole item (whole class, whole unit etc.) with all it’s items will be excluded.

Example:

type
  { @exclude }
  TSomeHiddenClass = class ... end;

  TSomeVisibleClass = class
  public
    { @exclude }
    procedure SomeHiddenMethod;
  end;
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