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I searched a while but couldn't find any issue describing this behaviour.
First of all: I am working with the current master of appledoc (1690b35, 14.8.2012 18:00) and Xcode 4.3.3
I'd like to document private methods and properties defined in an anonymous category (private interface) within the implementation file. So what I have here is:
* Private interface
/// @name Documented private properties
/// Some private property!
@property (nonatomic, strong) BOOL someBool;
/// @name Documented private methods
* Starts the transformation
What I get is this:
I expected "Other Methods" to actually be "Documented private methods" and "Extension methods" to be "Documented private properties"
When I put the appledoc-comment for the methods in the implementation-scope, I actually get "Documented private methods" as section and the method - transform
That doesn't work for the property.
I would like to be able to use sections in anymous categories / private interface.
Great tool, works really well,
keep up the good work,
Does --keep-merged-sections change something - as described here?
Hm, I actually didn't read about --keep-merged-sections, my fault, but it didn't help either 8o)
It works for properties but not for methods. Example:
Documented private properties
Marking it as bug, will make sure it works when implementing this in 3.0.
I'm focusing on 3.0 whenever I get some time, so am only dealing with pull requests and minor issues for 2.0...
Thank you, I appreciate that.
I desperately need this functionality.. is it long till 3.0?
If so, could you point me at what I need to hack to get it working?
3.0 is still far away :) Not behind my cimputer right now, but merging functionality is implemented in processing classes (GBProcessor). If you get stuck let me know.
I'm not sure if this is still on the radar, but I would love to see this too.
It's still on radar :) As said, I'll make sure it works on 3.0, so you'll have to bear with it for a while...
This fix would be great!
Did anybody fix it himself?
It's possible to work around the issue leaving undocumented the private properties/methods and set:
--keep-undocumented-objects = NO
--keep-undocumented-members = NO
I solved in this way.
Nice find. thanks