WAscii is a Web frontend intended to display an AsciiDoc documentation repository. It allows you to search and browse your documentation files and automatically converts AsciiDoc to HTML, PDF, and ODF documents. It is intended to work directly from a subversion repository containing your AsciiDoc files.
DoxMentor4J is a standalone, cross-platform, Web/AJAX based documentation library that is fully searchable and may be hosted in the file system, in an archive, or embedded in the Java classpath. Users can copy online books or manuals into directories in the library directory structure. DoxMentor4J then provides a dedicated Web server which presents the library as a tree structure on a Web page. Users can navigate through the tree to locate online books.
TextSearch is a program to search through a set of text files in a directory structure. Each document is searched using a regular expression and an overview of the results is shown as a tree structure. By clicking on a file, it can be viewed, with matches being highlighted. As opposed to other programs out there, its focus is not so much on statistics, i.e. how often a word would occur in an entire corpus of files, but rather on occurrences in single files.
Turner will turn your boring old source code (C, C++, or Java) into colorized HTML ready to be displayed on a web page. Along with colorizing the source code, turner will also bolden keywords and italicize comments, convert tabs to spaces and optionally insert assorted usefull bits of HTML stuff (a 'home' link or a 'last modified' entry). While it's not the first of it's kind, nor the most versatile, it is small, fast, and totally self contained.
The PKP Open Archives Harvester is a free metadata indexing system intended to expand and improve access to research. The PKP OAI Harvester allows you to create a searchable index of the metadata from Open Archives Initiative (OAI)-compliant archives, such as sites using Open Journal Systems (OJS) or Open Conference Systems (OCS).
JCite makes it possible to cite snippets of Java source code in your HTML documents (API documentation, for instance). The snippets are copied out of Java class source files, which should be part of the regular build. This guarantees that the cited snippets are always up-to-date. If you cite from unit tests, you even get the guarantee that they still work correctly. Finally, thanks to the excellent Java2Html library, the cited snippets get automatic syntax highlighting.
Rextile allows you to build XHTML documents and entire Web sites with ease. You write text using Textile (a format much more concise than XHTML), automate document parts with Ruby scripting, and generate the site offline (the server gets static XHTML). Rextile was inspired by Xilize. It uses RedCloth to convert Textile to XHTML, erb to run script blocks, and Hpricot for DOM manipulation.
DocPerl provides a Web-based interface to Perl's Plain Old Documentation (POD). It is a graphical, easy-to-use interface to POD, automatically listing all installed modules on the local host, and any other nominated directories containing Perl files. DocPerl can also display a summary of the APIs defined by files and the code of those files. It can search the POD documentation for module names and for functions defined in modules.