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Support for embedded script documentation within Studio
Add support for embedded WAL script documentation using special comments. Idealized as walscriptdoc, the idea is that specific comments can be used as the script's documentation.
Walscriptdoc considers documenting two main structures: the main subroutine and any other subroutines. These special comments can be added using Studio's UI or using special comment syntax. The documentation can be visualized using Studio's UI, using the script's text view or by exporting the document as a PDF template.
Increments to this technique can be made so, similar to other documenting techniques, it can add useful information about the script's input and output variables and dependencies (such as assets).
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