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  1. Have you ever needed to programmatically generate a report documenting your LabVIEW Classes? I've released an alpha version of my auto-documentation utility I designed and implemented at Cirrus Logic (http://bit.ly/ChrisCilino_AutoDoc). I designed and created the software in 4 parts. 1) An Atlassian Confluence API, 2) An Atlassian JIRA API, 3) A Class Report generation API, and 4) Two very small "applications" the demonstrate the API's usage. Not only can the APIs \ examples document your code, you can also generate JIRA tickets for the parts of your documentation you're missing. I hope you'll find this software as useful as we at Cirrus Logic have. I would consider it "mid alpha" quality, but intend on investing in it over time. You can find the software at http://bit.ly/ChrisCilino_AutoDoc Here's an example of a generated report for the members of a class The private data also has its own table that looks like There are many more features to the report, not to mention the APIs used to generate the reports. Also I've created an application to generate JIRA tickets that list the missing parts of a report. Enjoy!
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