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ScanDoc

Scandoc is a documentation generator, similar to JavaDoc or KDoc, which produces high-quality documentation by extracting specially-formatted comments from C or C++ source code. ScanDoc allows for themable documentation. In other words, you can format the resulting documentation to appear however you want, with frames, styles, indexes, etc. You can also create theme files which generate non-HTML output, such as ASCII text or PostScript. ScanDoc is also very small, making it easy to distribute with your applications.

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  •  15 Apr 2001 19:56

    Release Notes: Fixes for a number of parsing and documentation generation bugs, and a new documentation theme.

    •  16 Apr 2000 15:10

      Release Notes: Several bugfixes have been made. The aesthetic quality of the default documentation theme has been improved.

      •  14 Apr 2000 15:43

        Release Notes: Several bugfixes have been made. The aesthetic quality of the default documentation theme has been improved.

        •  09 Apr 2000 22:32

          Release Notes: ScanDoc is now being maintained on SourceForge. There's a new website, a new mailing list, and the CVS repository has been moved. This version includes bugfixes and other minor changes.

          •  01 Mar 1999 18:46

            Release Notes: This version fixes a number of parser bugs which were reported by users.

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