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Robodoc_aros

Description: AROS version of Robodoc
Download: robodoc_aros.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 164kb
Version: 3.0j
Date: 21 Oct 07
Author: Maverick Software Development, porting Gianfranco "ShInKurO" Gignina
Submitter: Gianfranco "ShInKurO" Gignina
Category: development/guitool
License: Freeware
Distribute: yes
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Robodoc is based on the AutoDocs program written some time ago by
Commodore.  The idea is to include for every function a standard
header containing all sorts of information about that
procedure/function.  An AutoDocs program will extract those headers
from the source file and put them in a autodocs-file.  This way you
can include the program documentation in the source code and is it not
necessary to maintain two documents.

Robodoc is such a program, however Robodoc has several additions.  For
one it can generate the documentation in different formats, ASCII,
HTML, RTF, LaTex, and AmigaGuide.  Another feature is that it can
fully automatically create links within the document, and to other
documents.  It is also possible to include parts of the source in you
document, complete with links.  For instance it is possible to include
a complete subroutine, and have the function names in this subroutine
point to their documentation.

If you never have used AutoDoc or Robodoc before you might take a look
at the example in the examples directory.  These are two amigaguide
files that contain the documentation generated with Robodoc of the
Robodoc program itself.

Robodoc can generate the documentation in five different
formats:
  o ASCII format;
    The autodocs-file is just a plain ASCII text-file, this file
    is very closely related to the one that the original
    AutoDocs program would generated.
  o AmigaGuide format;
    This is a format used on the Amiga computers to view in a
    HyperText way a text-file.  The AmigaGuide program is
    necessary to view the resulting autodocs-file.
  o HTML format;
    The autodocs-file will be written as a HTML-file (HyperText
    Markup Language), this format is used on the WWW-Internet.
    By using a Mosaic/Netscape program you view the
    documentation.
  o LaTex
  o RTF












































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