Dynamic Extensible DSL Documentation Tool in the Ruby Programming Language Context.

The topic of this thesis is exploring the ways of documenting domain specific languages (DSLs) in the Ruby programming language, and enhance the existing tooling or implement a new one, to better support particular use-cases.

The goal for this bachelor theses is to:

1. learn about DSL and dynamic languages documentation problematics.
2. research existing DSL documentation tools.
3. get familiar with the Apipie-rails tool for the RESTful API documentation and suggest a modification which makes dokumentation of any DSL possible.
4. implement the proposed modification.
5. test your solution within the Foreman project, discuss the results and propose possible improvements.

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Ivan Nečas

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Location: Brno