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JSDuck 5.0 brings a brand new custom tags system. It's much more flexible and powerful than the old system introduced in JSDuck 3.0, but it's not backwards compatible.
To introduce a new
@tag, you'll need to write a Ruby class
that implements the tag. Then load the class into JSDuck using the
$ jsduck --tags my_custom_tag.rb ...other.options...
But don't be scared of Ruby. We'll start off with the very simplest of tags that even a monkey can implement.