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hexo-yuidoc v0.2.2

YUIDoc generator for Hexo


Generate YUIDoc with Hexo.


$ npm install hexo-yuidoc --save



You have to install YUIDoc first.

$ npm install yuidocjs -g


Generate raw data with YUIDoc first. Then, move data.json to source/_yuidoc folder. You can rename data.json to whatever you like. For example:

index.json => /api/classes/Class.html
foo.json => /api/foo/classes/Foo.html


You have to at least add two templates to the layout folder of the theme:

  • api/class
  • api/module

You can get the model from site.yuidoc and get the name of current yuidoc from page.yuidoc_name in templates.



Gets the link of specified data types. You can use a string or an array. Multiple types will be separated by |. Besides classes in the database, you can also use native types.

<%- yuidoc_type('String') %>
<%- yuidoc_type(['String', 'Array']) %>


Generates a parameter list.

<%- yuidoc_params(params) %>


<% get_current_yuidoc() %>


You can use all tags and filters in your documentation.


You can use crosslink to cross-reference other classes.

{% crosslink class/item:[type] [link text] %}


You can configure this plugin in _config.yml.

yuidoc_dir: api
  • yuidoc_dir - Where generated files will be saved (Default: api)
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