Corona/Covid19 is taking its toll.
Time is short in these times and issues are not worked on.
That’s why I (rdmueller) have just introduced
if you’ve used docToolchain in the past, please be aware that the master branch is undergoing some changes.
If you are looking for a fresh version and are willing to accept changes in the configuration, the master branch is the right thing for you.
If you are looking for what you are used to, then download the V1.0.0 release
create awesome docs!
docToolchain is an implementation of the docs-as-code approach for software architecture. The basis of docToolchain is the philosophy that software documentation should be treated in the same way as code together with the arc42 template for software architecture.
This project exists thanks to all the people who contribute!
See also the list of contributors from the docs.
Each contribution is highly valuable and appreciated, no matter how big it is - there are no small contributions. Even just fixing a typo or starring the project helps to promote it.
Companies who use docToolchain
docToolchain is still one of the smaller open source projects, but some companies already fully embrace the docs-as-code approach through docToolchain. If your company uses docToolchain, then feel free to add your companies logo through a pull request. Please state in the PR that we are allowed to display the logo within all projects websites and documentation.
Support us by becoming a sponsor. Your logo will show up here with a link to your website.
History of this project
I just found an older tweet which remindet me of the roots and beginning of this project. It all began with two important parts. A script called asciidoc2confluence and some scripts to export diagrams from enterprise architect.
The first one is linked in the tweet above and the first commit dates back to mid of 2015. Since then, many contributors have joined! Thanx for all of your contributions!