What is ddoc?

Ddoc

Ddoc is the embedded documentation generator for the D programming language designed by Walter Bright. Its emphasis is on being able to write documentation in code comments in a natural style, minimizing the need for embedded markup and thus improving the legibility of the code comments. It is similar in concept to Doxygen and Javadoc.

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Comparison Of Documentation Generators - Language Support
... No No DBScribe No No No No No No No No No No No Ddoc No No No No No No Yes No No No No devscribe No No Yes No No No No No No No No Doc-O-Matic Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No DOC ...
Ddoc
... Ddoc is the embedded documentation generator for the D programming language designed by Walter Bright ... Code comments are associated with symbols in the code, and Ddoc uses the semantic and syntactic information available from the D compiler to fill in routine information such as parameters and return ... comments and symbol table information are processed by Ddoc into an internal structured format ...
Comparison Of Programming Languages (syntax) - Comments - Comment Comparison
... BlockComment #/ (nestable) D // InlineComment /// Documentation InlineComment (ddoc comments) /* BlockComment */ /** Documentation BlockComment */ (ddoc comments) /+ BlockComment +/ (nestabl ...