[Lazarus] CodeTools facility for documenting source code?
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Tue Apr 19 14:50:39 CEST 2011
2011/4/19 Mattias Gaertner <nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de>
> Frank Church <vfclists at gmail.com> hat am 19. April 2011 um 12:51
> Is there a codetools facility that can help you annotate changes to your
> functions, and also help you create some kind of documentation block
> whenever you create a new function or procedure?
> eg when I want to commit changes to SCM I would like a tool that can list
> all procedures which have changed and give me the option to jumping to them
> one by one and noting the changes, then summarize the changes at the
> beginning of the file itself.
> Not yet.
> Maybe you can be more specific about "which have changed". I guess you mean
> since last commit to SCM (or svn or git ...).
> For this the IDE needs a plugin for the version control system.
> Or do you mean the changes since last save to disk?
I am looking for something manually triggered that can check what procedures
have been modified, or added, then I can jump to them one by one and note
down my changes.
I don't need something that is necessarily hooked into my VCS, but something
that can diff the procedures individually and list those that have been
I also need to settle on a docblock style, and this stackoverflow thread is
Are any of the options here preferred by FPC/Lazarus developers?
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