I updated my Visual Studio to the 2017 version and started a new TypeScript project.

Let's say I have a class with 100 lines of code. Now I want to auto create the documantation for my class. I know it from other tools that I can type something like "///" or "/**" and the tool create the full documantation.

I searched a bit and found a tool for a vs "code" version. That looks like what I want. But for my "normal" VS I found only outdated tools (2013, 2015). Or is Visual Studio 2017 outdated too and I have to switch to something like vs comunity 2019?

  • Something not clear / wrong with my question? Or is this board only low frequenzed? ;-) – Chris Sep 6 '19 at 6:55

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