Source-based documentation generators, fast search tools, viewers and other documentation creation, conversion and using tools.
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Training and consulting for RoboHelp family of products. Offers support options, product specifications, and ordering information for this line of help authoring tools.
Generates TeX and HTML documentation from comments in C, C++, IDL, and Java files. [Open Source, GPL]
A documentation system for C++, C, Java and IDL. It generates Latex, HTML, RTF, Postscript and Unix man page outputs from a set of documented source files. [Open Source, GPL]
Destined for creation documents in various formats such as HTML, CHM, PDF, RTF and XML. It's optimized for solving tasks, that appear during the process of creation help files, descriptions and manuals. [Commercial]
Hosts a tool which helps to format and colour source code of over 120 supported programming languages. Coloured output is available in HTML, XHTML, RTF, TeX, LaTeX and XML format.
IDIOM Source Code Compiler
Compiles reusable text databases and HTML documentation from C, C++, Perl etc. source codes.
A documentation program that generates HTML from documented C++, Java, and Perl. Focuses on a transparent syntax that keeps the comments in the source code readable. [Open source]
Generates documentation in a variety of formats from source code. Supports HTML, PDF, LaTeX, C++, and Perl, among many others. [Open Source, GPL]
A generic code analysis and documentation tool to easily analyse and generate a structured and formatted overview of a given set of program codes in Basic, C, C++, COBOL, Fortran, Java, Matlab, Pascal, Visual Basic, Borland C++ Builder, Delphi, Kylix, Visual C++, Visual Basic .Net, Visual C#, Visual J++. It can generate reports in common formats (text, LaTeX, HTML) and languages (English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian).
Visualize source code of many programming languages with flow charts. Help in documenting and reviewing algorithms.
Web C Plus Plus: Webcpp
Converts source code into HTML files via fully customizable syntax highlighting engine and color schemes; supports over 20 languages, runs on Linux, Unix, Windows. [Open Source, GPL]
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