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Subject:Documenting C++ Code/OO Code From:Jon Steiner <jons -at- AVI -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 14 Feb 1997 14:18:39 -0500
Thanks to all who responded concerning this.
Microsoft puts out an unsupported utility called AutoDuck which is a
tagging language which (according to them) makes it easier to document
C++, C and other code. Autoduck works with these tags inserted by the
programmer to create an RTF file.
It is on the MS Developer Network Development Library CD ROM under:
It is free. I guess it is available somewhere on ftp.microsoft.com.
The creator's name is Eric Artzt, and his email is
erica -at- microsoft -dot- com
Remember, though, it UNSUPPORTED, so don't go telling Mr. Artzt that
Jon Steiner said ....
Source code is available.
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