exclude c++ and java script syntax

Topics: General Questions
Jun 4, 2008 at 7:17 PM
How can I exclude C++ and JavaScript syntax to be generated in the documentation?
Thank you
Fabian
Coordinator
Jun 4, 2008 at 9:11 PM
Hi Fabian,

Assuming you're using DocProject 1.10.1 RC:

  1. Open the DocProject Properties window for your DocProject or DocSite.
  2. Locate the two reference build component stack options under the Configuration section.  You must make the following modification to each stack if you're building both Help 1.x and Help 2.x; otherwise, you only must update the one that you're using.
  3. Expand the stack.
  4. Expand the If component and then expand the Then component.  You should now see the Generate syntax component.
  5. Open the Generate syntax editor by clicking the ellipses button (...).
  6. Remove the Microsoft.Ddue.Tools.CPlusPlusDeclarationSyntaxGenerator and the Microsoft.Ddue.Tools.ScriptSharpDeclarationSyntaxGenerator rows from the list by clicking the row headers and pressing the Delete key.
  7. Click OK.

- Dave