CodeScribe is a Visual Studio Code extension designed to help you generate documentation from code comments in your code files. It can identify and extract comments within your code, making it easier to document your codebase. This extension is a valuable tool for developers who want to create well-documented code quickly and efficiently.
Code Comment Parsing: CodeScribe parses code comments, including both single-line (//) and multi-line (/* */) comments.
Documentation Generation: Easily generate documentation from your code comments to describe your code's functionality.
Quick Access: Use the provided commands to initiate the code comment parsing process.
Open a code file in Visual Studio Code.
Select the code you want to document or position the cursor in the file.
Use the command CodeScribe: Parse Code Comments to start the parsing process.
The extension will identify and extract code comments from the selected code.
Review and modify the generated documentation as needed.
Use the generated documentation to maintain clear and up-to-date code comments.
You can install CodeScribe from the Visual Studio Code Marketplace by following these steps:
Open Visual Studio Code.
Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon on the sidebar or using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+Shift+X.
Search for "CodeScribe" in the search bar.
Click the "Install" button to install the extension.
Visual Studio Code (minimum version 1.63.0)
This extension is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.