npm install -g dox-docco
For pygments support, install
sudo easy_install pygments
If pygments is not installed, syntax highlighting will be skipped.
Usage: dox-docco [options]Options:-h, --help output usage information-V, --version output the version number-o, --outfile [outfile] the file to output to. Default is stdout-i, --infile [infile] the file to read in. Deafult is stdin-c, --css [css] The css file to use. Default is github hosted static/docco.css.-t, --template [template] The dust template to use. Default is static/template.html.--title [title] The title of the output document. Deafult is the input file name, or '' for stdin
Dox parses block style JS comments, while Docco parses single-line comments. In effect, this is Docco for block-style comments. I also wanted to create an example Dox template using Dust.js. This basically glues these 3 technologies together.