npm install famous-doc-generator
or if you would like to install from source
git clone git@githubcom:Famous/famous-doc-generatorgitcd doc-generatornpm link
famous-doc-generator--base=path The directory to start searching from--out=path The directory where the compiled templates will write to--ignore=paths **OPTIONAL** Add a directory nested underneath the base directory to ignore--outData=path **OPTIONAL** Path where the json data will be saved Useful to debug templates--pathPrefix=path **OPTIONAL** All asset pathing will get this prefix--headerTemplate=path **OPTIONAL** Header partial to include--footerTemplate=path **OPTIONAL** Footer partial to include--template=path **OPTIONAL** Path to a complete custom template This template will be run against every file found--markdown **OPTIONAL** Output markdown instead of html--createIndex **OPTIONAL** Create an indexhtml file in the root of the output directory--createPartials **OPTIONAL** Compile html partials to the output directory Usefull for consumption by another templating system
Ignoring multiple directories
famous-doc-generator --base=./lib --ignore=./lib/famous --ignore=./lib/famous/core
Q. My file isn't showing up in the documentation! A. YUIDoc is very picky about what it chooses to parse as comments. Make sure that your comments start with
Note the double ** before every comment.
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