I’ve received a number of requests for a new GhostDoc feature for documenting a whole source file at once. This feature is filed as item #45 in my issue tracking system, and its status is “rejected”.
The texts generated by GhostDoc are suggestions generated by some stupid code that breaks identifiers into separate words and juggles them around. Each and every text generated by GhostDoc has to be checked by the developer, and should be revised by the developer if necessary. Depending on your coding style, the time required for checking and revising the generated text usually is less than writing everything from scratch, i.e. using GhostDoc saves you time.
So that’s the idea: GhostDoc guesses some documentation text, you check the results, and in the end you’ve saved some time.
I’m pretty sure that many of us know at least one “motivationally challenged” developer who is very likely to skip the part where you actually have to use your own brain. If such a person has to document a class member by member, there’s at least a little chance that he/she will notice texts that are just too stupid (e.g. such classics like “Toes the string.” and “Ons the click”). But can you imagine the same person given the feature of running GhostDoc on a whole source file at once? DailyWTF, anyone?