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Auto documented Tcl code - is it possible?

Posted by Dimon (Dimon), 24 November 2005
Hi all,
a question about documenting Tcl-code. When I wrote code in C/C++, I use a Doxigen code documenting program. I have start it after my code competed, Doxygen reads a comments in predefined format and builds help in html format (my classes, methods, functions etc description).
Is there anything the same for Tcl language?

Posted by admin (Graham Ellis), 24 November 2005
Have you come across autodoc? You might also like to have a look at the documentation tools in Tcllib.

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