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  • From: Michael Fitzgerald <mike@wyeast.net>
  • To: olivier.dameron@gmx.net
  • Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 07:48:39 -0800

What I mean is placing hooks in commented text and processing normal DTD
constructs to produce documentation.

For example, something similar this:

<!-- @switch@ The switch element turns rendering on or off. @@ -->
<!ATTLIST switch boolean (1|0) "1">

Might produce:



     The switch element turns rendering on or off.


     boolean     1 or 0      Default: 1

Likewise, I would expect similar processing on <annotation> elements in XML


-----Original Message-----
From: olivier.dameron@gmx.net [mailto:olivier.dameron@gmx.net]
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 12:14 AM
To: Michael Fitzgerald
Subject: Re: javadoc like?

> Is anyone doing anything like a javadoc for DTDs or XML Schema or any
> other schema language for that matter?

Could you precise "javadoc for DTD" ?
I thought javadoc was for documenting java classes...

Olivier Dameron

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