VisDoc generates HTML documentation from ActionScript 2.0, 3.0 and Java class files and is an essential tool for any Java developer.
For programmers, VisDoc means you don't have to parse class files or prepare or rewrite classes. It links interfaces, superclasses and their methods and properties to give a quick overview how classes are connected. In addition, documentation pages are formatted with editable templates (XSL and CSS). Just customize to have your own layout and style.
If you've changed some classes, all you need to do is start up the application and hit the Process button - it remembers all your settings from the last time. You can also save these settings in a project file, so you can use multiple projects without changing settings inbetween. VisDoc also detects which files have been updated since it was last run so saves you time working out what you did last.
VisDoc is an essential tool for any serious Java developer seeking to save time compiling classes.
- interface methods are now always public
- a parameter lists with a comma inside a quoted value is now properly written out