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How do you deal with documentation?
I'm wondering how you deal with documentation on big or small projects.

What tools do you use? Doxygen and gtkdoc, javadoc?

How do you treat documentation?

what do you use in your emacs workflow? How does emacs help extend documentation to be more than supplementary text?

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