Even with that method, why not write your documentation in POD and then use Pod2Html to make up your documentation repository? Now your documentation and code is in one file, perl guys will appreciate finding POD, Minor code changes mean minor doc revs that can happen much easier.
You can also create a webpage that will dynamically create the HTML from POD and server that up.
<!--#exec cmd="pod2html $ARGSCRIPT /tmp/podoutput.htm" -->
<!--#include file="/tmp/podoutput.htm" -->
Remember, if you do it more than once, let the computer do it for you every time but the first.
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