CppDoc generates HTML documentation for C++ classes, based on your source code and special comments embedded within it. It can produce output that is very similar to the output of Javadoc, and it supports Javadoc tags such as @see, @return , etc. The documentation comments are optional; if you leave them out, CppDoc will still generate a full set of documentation based on class relationships and hierarchy.
See a screen shot.
See documentation generated from the MFC class library. There are not many documentation comments, but it's interesting to view the tree and cross-references. (You can look at the command line used to generate this documentation.)
Latest NewsCppDoc is going Open Source! It's still in the process, but check out these instructions to try building it.
CppDoc v2.4 was released on 2005-04-19. This update contains bug fixes and a few incremental features, some of which are:
Download v2.4 for Windows or Linux, or see the download page for other (smaller) options.
Feeling adventurous? You an always download the latest build. It's not officially supported, but has up-to-the-minute bug fixes and features. See the build's release notes for more details.
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