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POS is very good because is easy and fast to do (KISS), not more hard than a comment. And you can convert it to any format, and have good looks too.

I don't like for example the JavaDoc style, that you can see in I think that Java has many things to learn with Perl. For example, to understand how a class work in Perl is very easy, but in JavaDocs you need to open a lot of pages. Java always think in OO, but the docs don't help much the OO idea.

Graciliano M. P.
"The creativity is the expression of the liberty".

In reply to Re: POD as a general documentation system by gmpassos
in thread POD as a general documentation system by robartes

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