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Re: XSL - Documentation

Subject: Re: XSL - Documentation
From: Michael Müller-Hillebrand <mmh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 May 2009 10:12:08 +0200
Re:  XSL - Documentation
Am 13.05.2009 um 15:51 schrieb Tony Graham:

With GTK-Doc, structured comments in C code get turned into HTML

While following this thread I learned a lot from the discussions.

A documentation framework that (it seems) wasn't mentioned is
>. I found a bookmark but have not tested it. It seems to use custom
elements and comes with premade stylesheets to produce output.

For my projects I am looking at structured comments together with some
;lightweight markup language+
>. Mainly because most projects also include XML files, and I can add
comments even to output XML files without any need to modify the DTD/

My question: Are there any standards for marking a "structured" XML

I am not talking about the comments content, just how to easily
differentiate a structured comment from a simple comment. My first
ideas would be:

<!--/** ... -->
<!--//  ... -->
<!---   ... --->
<!--[   ... ]-->

- Michael

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