Today while browsing I came across Matthew M. Osborn’s Blog and I found this fantastic line
“Documentation is the coders best and worst friend. It is a two sided sword, it makes your life easier but no one likes writing it. So coders do what we do best and find a way to make the computer do it for us.”
Ideally I use GhostDoc to make comments for my codes and really it works fine for me. From the very first day since I have been using this, I always thought whether I can change the xml documentation as per my need or not.
Today I have found a simple trick to add to custom node to the xml commenting.
Here was my scenario,
All my method/class/event level comment must include author name along with the time when it was written.
For this I need to add the following lines in the Ghost Doc > Options > Custom Texts
And the ghost doc generated comment contains author and datetime tag!!!
</span></span></span></span></span></span>private static User GetUserByID(long ID)
User user = new User();