What is NAntGraph? NAntGraph is a documentation tool designed to make it easier to understand NAnt or Ant build files. I’ve found NAnt to be a versatile and reliable tool, but all to often it is difficult for someone else to pick up a build file and understand what is happening.

NAntGraph is one attempt at making it easier to get an overview of what a build file does, by showing the targets and their dependencies in a single, easy to understand image.

NAntGraph includes a commandline version, useful for generating documentation as a part of an automated build process, and a GUI version useful for exploring a new project.

For more information, check out the NAntGraph home page.


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