lua2dox – Auto-documentation of lua code
The package extends the well-known C-like language autodoc tool, doxygen, to read and document lua code.
In use, you edit and test your code and periodically run the autodoc tool to update the documentation, which may be viewed via an html browser.
Autodoc tools can read the code well enough to find function/... declarations and document them. If the code also contains appropriatly formatted “magic comments”, the tool can use them to supplement the documentation.
The package is a first prototype of a planned TeX2DoX tool (in development), which will process joint (La)TeX/lua documents.
|Licenses||The LaTeX Project Public License 1.3|
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