i've been tasked with creating a documentation base for our (currently *undocumented* -- not even good comments or self-documenting code ) primary application. an easy thing to do (once i have a full handle on the code in all its intricacies and weaving around and ... ) and a good way to really know the guts of the application.
thing is, the PHB wants to have a 'searchable, web-enabled' documentation repository ( think something *like* cvsweb or doxygen )
for those that haven't seen doxygen, i found it when reading through the drupal CMS site. it's some form of documentation generator (at the very least, it generates HTML docs like javadoc).
i don't remember seeing anything like, say, doxygen or javadoc for perl. if there's such a thing out there, i'd love to use it and not re-invent a wheel. even for the 'learning experiene' on this one -- documenting the code should be my primary concern, not reinventing an HTML page generation app.
if there *isn't* something like these out there, i do think i'll see about getting on the doxygen team to make the doodad work with perl.
so, do the rest of you think there's an equivalent out there? or am i gonna jump into an open-source programming team?