[Mono-devel-list] monodoc advice

Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz brunofr at olympum.com
Fri Feb 27 01:08:05 EST 2004


On Wed, 2004-02-25 at 22:04, Philip wrote:
> I'm using monodoc to build some docs for a project and had a few
> questions. First monodoc has been integrated into our build system,
> integration was easy and the docs look great. Once the docs are built
> (make doc) they're exported to the sources directory where they can be
> viewed with the browser. I want to be able to sync any docs generated
> from future code changes, and documentation written through the browser.
> Do I have to do anything special here to prevent anything from being
> lost? 

You can use the monodoc browser to merge the changes. E.g.:

monodoc --merge-changes ~/.config/monodoc/changeset.xml ~/myproject/doc

The doc directory needs to contain the root of your documentation (e.g.

You can also use the updater.exe to update your Xml files with type
change in the assembly.

> Second, I'm getting errors in the browser when viewing my name spaces.
> The classes view with the "Type" and "Summary" headings show up fine
> with the Type field populated with my class names and the Summary field
> containing the "to be added" tag and "An error occured while loading
> type information: File "My.Namespace" not found. I'm not really sure
> where to start tracking this one down. Any help would be great.

That's typically because the assembly containing My.Namespace is not
visible to monodoc, and monodoc fails to load it.

Bruno Fernandez-Ruiz <brunofr at olympum.com>
The Olympum Group,  http://www.olympum.com

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