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From NightOwl888 <>
Subject [GitHub] lucenenet issue #206: API Doc site generator using DocFx script
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2017 10:16:04 GMT
Github user NightOwl888 commented on the issue:
    I have added some comments inline.
    I also [asked a question](
about creating code links in DocFx with custom link text that you might find the comments
helpful for.
    > As for changing how the namespaces are shown on the left hand side and ordering by
more important ones, this could be achieved by modifying the generated /api/toc.yml file after
it is built. This file is autogenerated by docfx when it's building the API docs. As far as
I can tell one way to do this would be with a custom Post Processor:
but OOTB I don't think this is possible with standard configuration.
    Normally when faced with post-build issues such as these I either overwrite the contents
of the file by [generating it in the Powershell script](
or use the Powershell script to update the contents of the file, depending on how much of
the file I need control over.
    But I wasn't referring to the order of them so much as the depth. For example, it would
be best if we had a link to `Lucene.Net.Analysis` in the TOC that when clicked expanded the
`Lucene.Net.Analysis.Ar`, `Lucene.Net.Analysis.Bg`, etc. instead of having all of the Analysis.Common
hierarchy in the initial view that loads.
    Anyway, I will wade through the rest of this and get back to you if I have any other questions/comments.

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