It is java based what would be super useful in ant scripts, however it expects me to write comments like:
1. Programmers will NEVER write that much metadata
2. Javadoc syntax is already de-facto standard, why invent a new one?
3. Javadoc syntax is already supported by many IDEs/editors
Well, first of all, have you guys ever seen your page in Firefox? You would be disappointed for sure, as it gives a big blank page. Yes, i know you were trying to be smart with some ajax content loading, it just didnt work.
Not to be mistaken with the JSD above! Because this is good:) It is PERL based, and will be happily running after you have downloaded the HTML-Template package. It magically recognized all my kinky objects and methods, and generated a classical jsdoc for them. Well done, i will stick with this one.
JSDoc Toolkit [UPDATE]
UPDATE: jGrouse website is now functional.
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