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Natural Docs

Natural Docs

Natural Docs is an extensible, multi-language documentation generator.

You document your code in a natural syntax that reads like plain English. Natural Docs then scans your code and builds high-quality HTML documentation.

When executed, Natural Docs can automatically document functions, variables, classes, and inheritance from ActionScript, C#, and Perl regardless of existing documentation in the source code. For the other languages listed below, these need to be explicitly documented for them to be generated.

Natural Docs focuses on automation and high-quality HTML output.

 Natural Docs 1.52

Price
Free to download

Size
0.4MB
License

GNU AGPL v3

Developer
Greg Valure

Website
www.naturaldocs.org

System Requirements
Perl 5.8 or higher

Support:
Documentation, Forums, Mailing Lists, SourceForge Project Page

Selected Reviews:
blog.thelemur.com

Features include:

  • Source Documentation
    • Natural, readable syntax
    • Multiple languages are supported: C#, Perl, ActionScript (2 and 3), C/C++, Java, PHP, Python, PL/SQL, Visual Basic, Pascal/Delphi, Ada, JavaScript, Ruby, Tcl, ColdFusion, Assembly, Fortran, R, Makefiles, Plain Text
    • Document everything or only what you want documented
    • Flexible Keywords
    • Custom Topics and Indexed
    • Lists
    • Images - embed images in your documentation just by writing so it makes sense when you re reading it from the source code instead of looking like a HTML tag
    • Syntax highlighting
    • Support for named links
  • Generated Output
    • Professional output
    • CSS structure
    • Framed/unframed HTML
    • Search performed in DHTML
    • Tooltips
  • Program
    • Differential Build Process
    • Extensible Architecture
    • Portable
    • Intelligent configuration files
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