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vuzum
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What do you guys use to create documentation for your AS3 classes?

Is ASDoc the single and best option out there?

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MarcoSecchi
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VisDoc is a good alternative and some month ago it has also been open-sourced:

http://code.google.com/p/visdoc/

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tsafi
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What do you guys use to create documentation for your AS3 classes? Is ASDoc the single and best option out there?

+1 ASDoc

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SparkyFlash
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ASDock :) FlashDevelop even has a plugin for it.

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Is there any way to integrate ASDoc in FDT 4 ? :)

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Is there any way to integrate ASDoc in FDT 4 ? :)

Not sure about that, but would like to know too :)

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Firsh
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Should we include a class documentation with our AS3 files as an AD item or a how-to-use guide for the end-user is enough? It got me thinking :)

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MarcoSecchi
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Should we include a class documentation with our AS3 files as an AD item or a how-to-use guide for the end-user is enough? It got me thinking :)

Hey Firsh, it’s not mandatory, but of course it would be a great add-on if you included it :)

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Should we include a class documentation with our AS3 files as an AD item or a how-to-use guide for the end-user is enough? It got me thinking :)

Yes, we plan on doing that for our AS3 stuff from another universe. I think help + documentation is really important.

After trying for several hours to get ASDocs to work, I gave up and decided to use VisDoc (MAC only, sorry). Latest version doesn’t work properly, so I got a previous one 2 point something.

CasaLib and ASAPLibrary have the documentation done with that, and look like this: http://asaplibrary.org/api/html/

Sweeet, eh? :)

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Oh and ASdocsr officially sucks. :|

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