Creates documentation from C/C++ header files
Header Browser helps you to create documentation from your C/C++ header files. It is similar to JavaDoc, Doc++, or KDoc, but it doesn't just create documentation pages; it allows you to really browse your APIs using a five columns view like NeXT's HeaderViewer. Documentation can be generated in several formats, including TexInfo for PostScript, DVI, PDF, manpages, printable HTML, etc.
DocumentationUser manpages included; User manpages available in HTML format from http://www.headerbrowser.org/doc/index.html
released on 31 May 2003
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