EDITOR’S NOTE: This is part of a series, start here.

In an exercise that was part “eat your peas” and part yak shaving, I did a bunch of code documentation and even added a README. I’m using Doxygen to generate the actual documentation pages. It does pretty thorough job of generating docs from the code and all you really have to do to make it work is put a formatted code comment before the class, method or property you’re documenting. As an aside, it parses any Markdown files and displays them alongside the automatically generated stuff, meaning that this very document is now visible inside the documentation!

I’m clearly avoiding the next stage of development for some reason. I guess it’s probably because there are so many unknowns and I’m a little unsure of where to start. I think the next thing I’ll tackle will be figuring out how I’m going to generate planets off of stars.

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