To follow up on my last post about documenting unit test methods with GhostDoc, a similar concept can be applied to documenting unit test classes.
Add a custom rule under the Classes section in the GhostDoc configuration dialog.
I have used the name “Matches unit test class” and identified type names that end with “Tests”. I have entered the summary documentation with the following value:
class is used to test the <see cref=”$(TypeName.Words.Verbatim.ExceptLast)” /> class.$(End)
This produces much nicer documentation that the default documentation provided by Visual Studio.