custom class documentation question

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mcg on 17 Apr 2020
Commented: Daniel Dolan on 11 Nov 2020
If I build a class in Matlab and type doc(class_name) the documentation comes up with information on the properties, methods, etc. of that class, somehow automatically generated from the .m code file itself. Is there a way to capture this in an .html file or a .m file that could be published into .html using publish()? With the help() command you can specify an output argument to capture the help as a character array (then fprintf() into a .m file and publish() it), but with doc() you cannot do this.
Daniel Dolan
Daniel Dolan on 11 Nov 2020
com.mathworks.mlservices.MLHelpServices.setHtmlText is a static Java method.

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Daniel Dolan
Daniel Dolan on 11 Nov 2020
You might take a look at the help2html function, located in the same directory as the doc function. It is an unsupported file and gould change at any time, so be wary.


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