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by irrationalistic ST2/ST3

SublimeText plugin for handling xml-based documentation in C-Sharp files.

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XmlDocs is a package for Sublime Text 2 & 3 which makes writing documentation makes it easy to write XML-Based documentation. XmlDocs supports C#.

Installation

With Package Control

With Package Control installed, you can install XmlDocs from inside Sublime Text itself. Open the Command Palette and select “Package Control: Install Package”, then search for XmlDocs and you're done!

Usage

Above a variable declaration, function declaration, property declaration, or class declaration, simply type ///<tab> to automatically generate a comment block for the declaration. XmlDocs will attempt to pre-fill in as much information as it can.

To add additional elements, type < to open the autocomplete list of possible tags that can be used.