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@mauna-ai/bsdoc-linux

6.0.5 • Public • Published

bsdoc

Documentation Generation for BuckleScript projects

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Read more in the docs: BsDoc

Usage

Install in your project using npm or yarn:

$ yarn add bsdoc

And whenever you want to generate your docs you can run:

# Build your docs! 
MyProject $ yarn run bsdoc build MyProject
yarn run v1.12.3
$ ./node_modules/.bin/bsdoc build MyProject
info: Compiling documentation for package "MyProject"...
info: Generating .html files...
info: Done ✅
✨  Done in 0.58s.

Additionally, to install the support files (default CSS and Javascript), you can run:

# Create the support files 
MyProject $ yarn run bsdoc support-files
yarn run v1.12.3
$ ./node_modules/.bin/bsdoc support-files
info: Copying support files (CSS, JS) into ./docs
info: Done ✅
✨  Done in 0.53s.

Contributing

bsdoc is developed as a Native Reason project, and is only possible thanks to esy, dune, and, naturally, odoc.

If you haven't installed Esy yet, follow the instructions in their web site: https://esy.sh

After you have done that, you need only run esy build to get the project bootstrapped.

Installing on Linux/Windows

Unfortunately I haven't gotten around publishing bsdoc for Linux/Windows, but if you have npm installed you can run:

$ esy build
$ esy npm-release

And that'll get you an npm package that you can then install locally (or globally) in any of your projects. Be mindful that it'll only work for bs-platform@6+ projects!

Install

npm i @mauna-ai/bsdoc-linux

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6.0.5

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MIT

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