I'd like to create proper documentation for a package of mine, and Workbench in principle provides the tools to do this. However, I've split my package into multiple sub-packages (because I found it easier to maintain the code that way), structured as follows:
mainPackage` `myPackage` `subPackage1` `subPackage2` `subPackage3`
The documentation tools in Workbench are set up in such a way that, out of the box, they only work with one top-layered package. For instance, the Create symbol pages button from the Documentation tab in the PacletInfo.m editor only looks for symbols within the context \$ApplicationName (which you can set in the Overview tab of the PlacletInfo.m editor), and it's not possible for $ApplicationName to have quotes (`).
So my question is: does anyone have a workaround for this? I could merge all my subPackages into myPackage, but unfortunately it won't be possible to remove the top-layer mainPackage.