We all know that every regex implementation has its own peculiarities. I need to us the Microsoft VBVScript RegExp object in an app using COM Automation, but I could not find a good documentation for it except this overview:
A while ago I wrote a script (VBSdoc), so I could use Javadoc-like comments in my scripts and generate documentation from them. However, without proper comments it will merely list constants, variables, functions and classes. Not sure how helpful that'd be to you. Also, I have never tested it with a project of this size. I'd be interested in feedback, though, should you want to give it a try.
The Scripting Reference contains information on interfaces with respect to Altium Designer Object Models, components, global routines, types, and variables that make up this scripting language. Consult the Microsoft Visual Basic documentation for more information on VBScript functions.
API documentation is nice, and being able to generate it from the code is even nicer. However, unlike Perl, Python, Java, or several other languages, VBScript doesn't have a feature or tool that supports this. Which kinda sucks.
I tried VBDOX, but didn't find usability or results too convincing. I also tried doxygen by adapting Basti Grembowietz' Visual Basic doxygen filter. However, doxygen does a lot of things I don't actually need, and I didn't manage to make it do some of the things I do need. Thus I ended up writing my own VBScript documentation generator.
In accordance with section 1d of the End-User License Agreement for Microsoft Software, provided with Microsoft Windows Script 5.6, only unmodified portions of the documentation from the Script56.chm help file relating to VBScript have been included herein under the VBScript Reference heading.
ugh, this is no better. Roger, do you notice how nice the help is formatted in HelpSCRIPT56.CHM? It would be excellent if this type of formatting was also supplied for the Mastercam API. There are products that will generate better documentation from the source code (e.g. Autodoc, Doxygen)
Visual Basic Scripting (VBScript) is supported by Viz Template Wizard. The supported version is dependent on the installed version on the computer(s). To find the VBScript version that is installed, localize and see the properties of the vbscript.dll file.
Switch provides anumber of Switch-specific classes and functions to support accessingkey Switch variables and functions, including the metadata contextof the job being processed. Refer to the Switch scripting API forreference documentation about these extensions.
Embedded documentation comments are a convenient and effective way of documenting your code, while its intricacies are still fresh in memory. A number of development environments and languages, Java and C# being prominent examples, have support for them. SQL Server, unfortunately, does not.
This article introduces TSQLDoc, a Windows Script Host script that extracts procedure metadata and embedded documentation comments from Transact-SQL stored procedures, generates XML documentation for every stored procedure in a database and optionally transforms the XML document into HTML or other format using XSLT. I will briefly touch upon the inner workings of the software, and give examples of its use.
When you've added the appropriate comments to your stored procedure, TSQLDoc extracts the procedure's text and the name, datatype and direction of its parameters using SQL-DMO (1). The documentation comments are then pulled from the Transact-SQL code using VBScript regular expressions, and an XML document is created using the objects provided by MSXML. The XML documents produced by TSQLDoc all conform to the document model defined in tsqldoc.dtd (2).
TSQLDoc lets you transform the generated documentation into HTML (or other formats, for that matter) using XSLT (5). Let's apply a sample XSLT stylesheet called transform.xsl to the pubs documentation, using the -xslt command line parameter: cscript TSQLDoc.vbs -user [your username] -pwd [your password] -db pubs -xslt transform.xsl -out pubs.html
TSQLDoc is a basic implementation of documentation comments for SQL Server. It has plenty of room for new features, and I encourage anyone to modify and improve the software. Here's a few suggestions:
VBDOX is a simple program that generates technical documentation from sourcecomments. The only requirement is to use specific module andfunction comments format. Documentation is generated for all types Visual Basic filesand also for VBScript and ASP (limited support)
The program can be extended to support different documentation comments and reports. Right nowthe program has three report generators: single file, XML and MSDN Platform SDK style.The report appearance can be edited by changing either the style sheets orthe report files. Number of documentation comment parser is supplied at the moment.
Here you can see that there are two arguments that are required -x and -lCscript.exe ss-xml2word.vbs -xServer1.xml -llang_english.xmlThis line will create a Word document based on the information in the file, it will then use the English language file which describes what it writes to the Word document. This means that you can have the documentation in your native language. When I released SYDI-Server 2.0 there was support for English and Swedish. Later people have contributed with there own language files which you can download; Italian, Norwegian,Portuguese and Dutch.
The most exciting feature as I see it is the optional -s argument. This is the reason I created SYDI in the first place. The -s option specifies an XML file which contains the written documentation about the server. That is the documentation you have created, this differs from the data that SYDI-Server has gathered from the machine.
You will have to customize a VBScript macro file according to the document that you want to generate. You can use the following scripting languages, depending on the platform you are running on: BasicScript 2.2 SDK for UNIX (BasicScript is a registered trademark of Summit Software Company)
VBScript, short for Visual Basic Scripting Edition, for Windows (Visual Basic is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation).
Users on Windows must have Windows Scripting Host installed. 1. Open a sample delivered with the product from \Startup\Manufacturing\Documentation. 2. Open the document delivered with the product in \Startup\Manufacturing\Documentation\NCDocumentationReadMe.htm. This document describes the interfaces to help you to produce NC manufacturing documentation. 3. Modify the sample according to the type of document you want. 4. Generate the documentation as described in Generate NC Documentation.
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NOTE - for the Documentation Link, please provide a link to the method/properties documentation.See Also: CLSID Registry Scanner - view information about COM/ActiveX components installed on your computer.COM Object List:
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