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    @suitegeezus/docdash-suitescript

    Docdash but enhanced:

    SuiteScript JsDoc supported tags

    Additional Tags

    • governance - arbitrary
    • appliestorecord - arbitrary

    Basic Configuration

    You will need to:

    1. inform jsdoc of these tags by adding the following in your jsdoc config plugins.
    "plugins": ["@suitegeezus/docdash-suitescript/ssTags"]
    1. inform jsdoc you are using this template. Here is a js example:
    const template = path.dirname(require.resolve('@suitegeezus/docdash-suitescript'));
    // other code and config here
    Object.assign( jsdocConfig.opts, {template });  

    Screenshot

    SuiteScript Doc'd SuiteScript example

    Custom Tags

    Displaying custom tags in docs is usually the easy part but getting it into the template is difficult. So this will do basic support of custom tags.

    Method 1: No coding

    1. In your jsdoc conf.json file add a new key/section suitescript.
    2. Add a key for basicTags and give it an array of strings (must be valid key strings) e.g.
      "suitescript": {
        "basicTags": ["kwyjibo", "boom"]
      }

    Method 2: Some coding

    All you have to do is create a script with a few lines and put it somewhere jsdoc can find.

    1. Write a script (e.g. customTags.js) that contains something like this:
    // customTags.js
    exports.defineTags = function (dictionary) {
      dictionary.defineTag('kwyjibo', {
        'mustHaveValue': true,
        canHaveType    : false,
        canHaveName    : false,
        'onTagged'     : function (doclet, tag) {
    
          doclet.kwijibo = tag.value;
    
          if (!doclet.meta) {
            doclet.meta = {};
          }
          if (!doclet.meta.customTagName){
            doclet.meta.customTagName = [];
          }
          // the customTagName must match the doclet key and tag above
          doclet.meta.customTagName.push('kwyjibo')
        }
      })
              // optional synonym
        .synonym('mycustom');
    }; 
    1. put this script somewhere jsdoc can see it. (probably easiest thing would be to copy it to the jsdoc/plugins folder)
    2. Refer to this script via plugins (in your jsdoc.conf)
    "plugins": ["@suitegeezus/docdash-suitescript/ssTags", "from/a/root/jsdoc/can/resolve/customTags"]

    Docdash

    Build Status npm version license

    A clean, responsive documentation template theme for JSDoc 3.

    docdash-screenshot

    docdash-screenshot-2

    Example

    See http://clenemt.github.io/docdash/ for a sample demo. 🚀

    Install

    $ npm install docdash

    Usage

    Clone repository to your designated jsdoc template directory, then:

    $ jsdoc entry-file.js -t path/to/docdash

    Usage (npm)

    In your projects package.json file add a new script:

    "script": {
      "generate-docs": "node_modules/.bin/jsdoc -c jsdoc.json"
    }

    In your jsdoc.json file, add a template option.

    "opts": {
      "template": "node_modules/docdash"
    }

    Sample jsdoc.json

    See the config file for the fixtures or the sample below.

    {
        "tags": {
            "allowUnknownTags": false
        },
        "source": {
            "include": "../js",
            "includePattern": "\\.js$",
            "excludePattern": "(node_modules/|docs)"
        },
        "plugins": [
            "plugins/markdown"
        ],
        "opts": {
            "template": "assets/template/docdash/",
            "encoding": "utf8",
            "destination": "docs/",
            "recurse": true,
            "verbose": true
        },
        "templates": {
            "cleverLinks": false,
            "monospaceLinks": false
        }
    }

    Options

    Docdash supports the following options:

    {
        "docdash": {
            "static": [false|true],         // Display the static members inside the navbar
            "sort": [false|true],           // Sort the methods in the navbar
            "sectionOrder": [               // Order the main section in the navbar (default order shown here)
                 "Classes",
                 "Modules",
                 "Externals",
                 "Events",
                 "Namespaces",
                 "Mixins",
                 "Tutorials",
                 "Interfaces"
            ],
            "disqus": "",                   // Shortname for your disqus (subdomain during site creation)
            "openGraph": {                  // Open Graph options (mostly for Facebook and other sites to easily extract meta information)
                "title": "",                // Title of the website
                "type": "website",          // Type of the website
                "image": "",                // Main image/logo
                "site_name": "",            // Site name
                "url": ""                   // Main canonical URL for the main page of the site
            },
            "meta": {                       // Meta information options (mostly for search engines that have not indexed your site yet)
                "title": "",                // Also will be used as postfix to actualy page title, prefixed with object/document name
                "description": "",          // Description of overal contents of your website
                "keyword": ""               // Keywords for search engines
            },
            "search": [false|true],         // Display seach box above navigation which allows to search/filter navigation items
            "commonNav": [false|true],      // Group all html code for <nav> in a nav.inc.html fetched on each page (instead of include it in each html page, save {navSize}×{nb html pages} which can be huge on big project)
            "collapse": [false|true],       // Collapse navigation by default except current object's navigation of the current page
            "wrap": [false|true],           // Wrap long navigation names instead of trimming them
            "typedefs": [false|true],       // Include typedefs in menu
            "navLevel": [integer],          // depth level to show in navbar, starting at 0 (false or -1 to disable)
            "private": [false|true],        // set to false to not show @private in navbar
            "removeQuotes": [none|all|trim],// Remove single and double quotes, trim removes only surrounding ones
            "scripts": [],                  // Array of external (or relative local copied using templates.default.staticFiles.include) js or css files to inject into HTML,
            "menu": {                       // Adding additional menu items after Home
                "Project Website": {        // Menu item name
                    "href":"https://myproject.com", //the rest of HTML properties to add to manu item
                    "target":"_blank",
                    "class":"menu-item",
                    "id":"website_link"
                },
                "Forum": {
                    "href":"https://myproject.com.forum",
                    "target":"_blank",
                    "class":"menu-item",
                    "id":"forum_link"
                }
            },
            "scopeInOutputPath": [false|true], // Add scope from package file (if present) to the output path, true by default.
            "nameInOutputPath": [false|true], // Add name from package file to the output path, true by default.
            "versionInOutputPath": [false|true] // Add package version to the output path, true by default. 
        }
    }

    Place them anywhere inside your jsdoc.json file.

    Contributors

    0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

    Thanks

    Thanks to lodash and minami.

    License

    Licensed under the Apache License, version 2.0. (see Apache-2.0).

    Install

    npm i @suitegeezus/docdash-suitescript

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