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It's also possible to write unit tests in order to better understand or surface your assumptions about a legacy application. I'd also consider running rubycritic against legacy code, to see where the code smells and other hot spots lie.
YARD is a Ruby Documentation tool. The Y stands for "Yay!"
If you're looking to generate docs from source, there's always the yard gem. If you want a diagram of your Rails models you might try railroady. Neither will create comments in your code, which is what I understand mintlify.com is doing for you.
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