Microsoft Open Source Sandcastle

Microsoft has released all of the source code used in its Sandcastle project, which is now published at the CodePlex open source developer's Web site, according to a blog. Sandcastle helps developers of managed class libraries create uniform documentation on their projects, using MSDN style. The Sandcastle project made the news in early June when […]

Microsoft has released all of the source code used in its Sandcastle project, which is now published at the CodePlex open source developer's Web site, according to a blog. Sandcastle helps developers of managed class libraries create uniform documentation on their projects, using MSDN style.

The Sandcastle project made the news in early June when Sam Ramji, Microsoft's open source software lab director, ordered Sandcastle yanked from CodePlex. At the time, it was noted that the source code for the project had not been published in keeping with the OSI's Open Source Definition for open source software.

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