On 1/02/2015 1:02 p.m., Rikki Cattermole wrote:
On 1/02/2015 4:31 a.m., Kiith-Sa wrote:
Harbored-mod (https://github.com/kiith-sa/harbored-mod) is a
documentation generator based on Brian Schott's Harbored that
supports both DDoc and Markdown in documentation comments.

Examples of generated docs

* Public imports in a package.d:
* Class with a template parameter, member functions and aliases:

* Simple DDoc See_Also: section:

* Note: DDoc section with some markdown:

Release highlights

* Automatic cross-referencing in code blocks and inline code

* New (and now default) output format: "aggregated" HTML;
   generate documentation files only for aggregates (modules,
   structs, classes, etc.) and document non-aggregate members
   (functions, variables, etc.) in these files.

   The previous, DDox compatible format, where a separate file
   is generated for every symbol, is still supported through
   the `--format=html-simple` option.

* Various style and usability improvements
* Major refactoring
* Many bugfixes

Full changelog:

Atleast on chrome win7 the font is absolutely awful.
Otherwise, I LOVE!

Also any chance that it could output json to represent modules instead of html?

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