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- Subject: RE: Documentation tools
- From: "Andre Carregal" <carregal@...>
- Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 16:05:00 -0300
> Talking about this unfortunate JavaDoc style, perhaps you
> might want to consider an, er, "alternative" format:
By "unfortunate JavaDoc style" you are referring to the in-source syntax of
JavaDoc or the its generated HTML pages?
LuaDoc has a back end processor that extracts information from the source
files, and a front end processor that generates a "static site" from the
Once you have the information structured in memory, you could generate lots
of different "sites" from it. You could also generate PDF docs for example.
I couldn't find an example of DyDoc syntax (I'm assuming it is also
in-source based), but as far as I can see, a good templating scheme should
handle that formatting without much hassle.
Could you please elaborate a bit?