ScanDoc is a Perl script which scans C++ source code for specially-formatted
comments and produces attractive, organized, indexed documentation.
ScanDoc is designed to generate the highest-quality documentation with
as little effort as possible on the part of the programmer writing the
code to be documented. To this end, ScanDoc not only uses the documentation
supplied by the programmer, but supplements it by parsing the actual C++
data structure declarations.
Unlike other documentation scanners, Scandoc is themable, meaning
that the appearance of the output documentation can be controlled via a
"template" file. Check out the examples of
ScanDoc output. Complete documentation is included in the distribution
and is also available on-line.
ScanDoc was written by
Talin and is
currently maintained by
James Dean Palmer.
ScanDoc may be freely distributed under
the Artistic License (see COPYING included in the archive).
ScanDoc is Copyright ©1997-2000.