I tried to use docco. It requires pygments. I have a problem with pygments installation, then I just typed pygments in my ubuntu console and it suggests me to run sudo apt-get install python-pygments. After that I made what I want - created documentation for coffee file. So, what I'm writing about: maybe it would be useful to add this hint for ubuntu users, I mean:
sudo apt-get install python-pygments
"To install Docco, first make sure you have Node.js, Pygments (install the latest dev version of Pygments from its Mercurial repo or in ubuntu: sudo apt-get install python-pygments), and CoffeeScript. Then, with NPM:"
I believe that it used to be the case that CoffeeScript was only available on the development branch of Pygments, or rather, that the development branch of Pygments always had some latest fix that wasn't in the distros. It may still be the case, or it may be time to suggest apt-get or yum in the documentation.