Documentation made easyBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th May 2002, 22:25:59 | Permalink | Printable
Convert C/C++ headers to HTML with ccdocHere's a fantastic utility that will convert C/C++ header files into HTML formatted files, allowing you to quickly produce documentation for your code.
ccdoc has been ported to RISC OS by Dieter Hanelitz.
"ccdoc is a command line orientated, simple to use tool for generating HTML documentations from C/C++ header files, i.e. a kind of javadoc for C/C++ developers", explains Dieter. "ccdoc has been developed and ported to several plattforms by Joe Linoff. Thankfully Joe made the source code of his ccdoc accessible to the public. So other people could (and can) port ccdoc also to further plattforms."
Dieter also kindly lists in the ccdoc credits, this editor's development software, EasyGCC. Bonus points there, then.
ccdoc for RISC OS
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