This plugin enables you to integrate the generation of comments based documentation into your Grunt build.
This plugin requires Grunt
If you haven't used Grunt before, be sure to check out the Getting Started guide, as it explains how to create a Gruntfile as well as install and use Grunt plugins. Once you're familiar with that process, you may install this plugin with this command:
npm install grunt-jsdoc --save-dev
First, add the
jsdoc entry to the options of the
initConfig method of your Gruntfile.js :
The supported options are
src: an array of pattern that matches the files to extract the documentation from. You can also include a README.
dest: (alias to
options.destination) set up the destination folder, the grunt way
jsdoc: (optional) the path to the jsdoc bin (needed only for some border line cases)
options: options used by jsdoc
destination: the folder where the doc is generated
ignoreWarnings: (optional) do not show jsdoc warnings
The plugin includes only the jsdoc3 template but you can configure any other jsdoc3 template. For example you can use ink-docstrap.
npm install --save-dev ink-docstrap
And in your
jsdoc :dist :src: 'src/**/*.js' 'README.md'options:destination : 'doc'template : "node_modules/ink-docstrap/template"configure : "node_modules/ink-docstrap/template/jsdoc.conf.json"
To generate the documentation, you need to call the
jsdoc task :
$> grunt jsdoc
or integrate it to your build sequence :
I have removed the direct dependency to ink-docstrap. If you still want it, grab the dependency by yourself (
npm install --save-dev ink-docstrap)
private option follows now the default jsdoc behavior :
false by default.
Every contribution is more than welcomed. You can:
For documentation related issues, please use the jsdoc issue tracker
To be sure the issue comes from the Grunt plugin, you can check by comparing the results with a jsdoc command. Run the task with the
--debug flag to retrieve the jsdoc command to run.
cross-spawn-asyncinstead of manual windows management
Copyright (c) 2012 Bertrand Chevrier Licensed under the MIT license.