re: Let's talk about the state of auto-generated documentation tools for JavaScript VIEW POST


I have heard good stuff about docco, tried it myself and its nice and pretty easy (last commit however was like 6 months ago). Might be a bit off topic since it's more of a one-size-fits all coding style guide bit well worth the setup time in my humble opinion. What i liked was the high hackability since the core is Little more than 100+ lines of code


I'll investigate this. It seems like their project is also light on documentation. I'd like to see what output is generated. Also some examples on how to use it.

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