The following content is the full documentation of i-net Doqua which is included with the Eclipse Plugin.
So what is i-net Doqua?
In short: Create your documentation, manage reviews and follow your style.
To get started with a new i-net Doqua project you can either use an existing project in your Eclipse workspace or create a new one. It does not matter which type of project you choose (Java, PHP, HTML …). Add some files into the project to have a good base to work with.
You can now activate the i-net Doqua perspective.
Activate i-net Doqua for your project by using the project's context menu - or the properties panel. In the properties dialog you will have to check the
“Activate i-net Doqua for this project” first and add some file filters.
File filters determine which files will be added to the list of files which Doqua is to observe. E.g. enter
**/*.html - for every html file:
“OK”to see the result in the Doqua Navigator.
Open the properties dialog again, and change to the Styles sub-menu.
com.inet.doqua.trigger.TidyValidateHTML- a good starting point which checks your HTML files for well-formedness and validity.
“OK”to return to the perspective.
“Save”below to assign the style to your project.
“Validate Selection”in the i-net Doqua context menu. Your project will now be checked and validated against the one style you assigned.
Take a brief look at the different views. Some views are important from the start: