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Re: documentation generator? web-enabled perldoc?

by Arrowhead (Monk)
on Aug 07, 2004 at 19:49 UTC ( #380945=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to documentation generator? web-enabled perldoc?

I wrote a filter for doxygen so it could be used on perl code with suitable comments.


It really helps if you know C++ when using it, because the comments you have to place in front of your code are basically a translation from perl to C++ function prototypes.

Take a look at the generated demo docs, at the source perl code and decide whether it's sufficiently "better" for you than POD.

For most perl code, I think POD wins, but DoxyGen::Filter could be useful if you program in a heavy OO, java-like style.

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