Javadoc comments or equivalent in XSchema
rbourret at dvs1.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de
Sun Jul 19 12:12:08 BST 1998
> I think the remaining one might be useful (or possibly already discussed
> here). I have been using some JavaDoc-like comments in my XML-Data
> definitions to automatically generate HTML documentation for the document
> content. I have had my XML-Data to DTD converter modified to produce the
> HTML documentation at the same time as it builds the DTD.
> I haven't been making a distinction between regular comments and processed
> comments and have only been using @see and @example formulations. Between
> minimal comments and information in the schema, it is able to do a
> reasonably good job documenting how to use the schema.
> Has any body else been doing anything in this area?
XSchema does something similar. Most elements contain an optional Doc element
which, in turn, contains a subset of HTML: John Cowan's Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny
Simple Hypertext (IBTWSH) format ( http://www.ccil.org/~cowan/XML/ibtwsh.dtd )
See section 2.6.1 of the spec
-- Ron Bourret
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