AdaDoc consists of a commandline program 'AdaDoc' by Julien Burdy & Vincent Decorges and a frontend (this). To read more about the backend (AdaDoc) go to: http://adadoc.sourceforge.net/
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AdaDoc

AdaDoc consists of a commandline program 'AdaDoc' by Julien Burdy & Vincent Decorges and a frontend (this).

To read more about the backend (AdaDoc) go to: http://adadoc.sourceforge.net/

NOTE: This is a RISC OS app and will not run on other platforms.

Frontend use

  1. Double click on the !AdaDoc icon - this will place an icon on the iconbar.
  2. SELECT clicking on the iconbar icon will open a setup window.
  3. Fill in the information needed. Use the interactive help to get information about what to fill in where.
  4. Set the work directory to the source directory ('*dir ')
  5. SELECT click on 'Run'

This will start the AdaDoc command line program and open a window showing the status.

AdaDoc generates a file from an Ada 95 specification package for documentation purpose.

The format is either HTML,XML,LaTeX or StrongHelp. Multiple formats can be selected and created in one go.

AdaDoc puts the files into subdirectories (html,xml,tex,sh) according to their type.

For HTML output AdaDoc will accept a stylesheet. An example stylesheet (style) is supplied in the !Adadoc directory.

Command line use

Use

adadoc option File_Name

Options

Arg Description
-x don't delete XML file after generating output.
-c don't try to extract comments from the specification.
-Hstylsheet generate HTML file. stylsheet is optional
-L generate LaTeX file.
-S generate StrongHelp file.

Example

adadoc -x -Hfid spec.ads spec2.ads ..