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A template-based tool for importing Jsdoc into you Presidium documentation.
This tool uses the Jsdoc node module to parse and generate your documentation with a customized template based off of Jsdoc's default template. It produces html files, structures them appropriately and inserts them into your Presidium project.
In your project root:
$ npm install --save presidium-jsdoc
|-d,--directory ||The path to the output directory in |
|-h,--help||Shows this help.|
|-p,--path ||The path from which static files are served e.g. |
|-s,--sourcepath ||The path to the project's source.|
|-t,--title ||The title of the output folder. Defaults to the directory name supplied with -d if no package information can be found.|
$ npm run presidium-jsdoc -s <path> -d <path> -t <string> -p <path>