Special comments that unlock certain Rubberduck tools.
More than just comments, annotations provide Rubberduck with actionable metadata that is used to support Rubberduck-specific features, such as unit testing, or custom folers in the Code Explorer toolwindow
A specific subset of annotations work in conjunction with inspections and quick-fixes, to surface hidden module and member attributes that are otherwise only editable by exporting the module and editing in a text editor, then re-importing the modified module into the project: Rubberduck automates this, and that gives you full control over how your class modules behave.
Because depending on its location it could be impossible to tell whether the target of a particular is the module or its first procedure, annotations are divided in two main categories: module annotations that go in a module’ declarations section, and member annotations that go above a procedure’s signature... and this is why annotations
@ModuleDescription had to be separate.
This tab lists all items found in the .xml documentation assets from the latest pre-release build. To modify this content, a pull request must be merged into the [next] branch.
@Exposed annotation, indicates the presence of a VB_Exposed module attribute value (True) to make a class visible to a referencing project (classes are otherwise private by default). Use the quick-fixes to "Rubberduck Opportunities" code inspections to synchronize annotations and attributes.