Sandcastle: Documentation Compiler for Managed Class Libraries

Microsoft accompanied the release of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 (download) with the associated documentation designed to deliver a deep insight on the product to users. Sandcastle - Documentation Compiler for Managed Class Libraries is a project published on CodePlex, and available to developers under Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL), a Microsoft open source license. Developers can turn […]

Microsoft accompanied the release of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 (download) with the associated documentation designed to deliver a deep insight on the product to users. Sandcastle - Documentation Compiler for Managed Class Libraries is a project published on CodePlex, and available to developers under Microsoft Public License (Ms-PL), a Microsoft open source license. Developers can turn to Sandcastle in order to create documentation for software products in the same style as the resources featured on MSDN. In this regard, the documentation made available with the Beta development milestone of Visual Studio 2010 is an illustrative example of just how the tool can be used, and what it is capable of. According to Microsoft, Sandcastle will produce documentation that can feature authored comments, but will work just as well without them. The tool has been set up to deliver support for both Generics and .NET, the software giant informed.

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