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Monday, May 1st, 2006

How to document your current library with IDLdoc 2.0

IDLdoc is a tool to generate documentation for IDL code. The generated documentation has been traditionally been HTML web pages, but with IDLdoc 2.0 the documentation can easily be capatible with the IDL Assistant or (with a bit more work) any text file type such as LaTeX, XML, Docbook, etc. Examples of IDLdoc output are […]

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Monday, May 1st, 2006

Creating an iTool data operation

The ability to extend the itools is one of their main strengths. This can be adding a button for an operation (like our example here), the capability to read/write new file types, new visualizations, or new ways to manipulate visualizations. Plus, the user interface can be customized to various levels. Toolbars and panels can be […]

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