- Windows 10 VM running on a MacBook Pro
- Visual Studio Professional 2017 (15.7.4)
- c:\Users\<user>\Documents\SubMain\GhostDoc Pro for VS2017
I am trying to document both .cpp and .h files. After multiple restarts and some time indeterminate period of usage, I am seeing a .log file now. After I disabled all CodeLens support in Visual Studio, a lot of the odd behavior has been eliminated in C++/CLI code, but the Missing Documentation tab is still completely wrong. For example, I've managed to get all of the class methods documented in a .cpp file, but the Missing Documentation tab shows the entire class to be missing documentation. Sometimes, only the Add button in that pane generates the documentation, and sometimes <CTRL><SHIFT><D> works, but, irrespective, the behavior of not seeing that the class contains documentation is not inspiring confidence.