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I'm currently working on a client's project that involves programming in multiple languages. It has gotten to the point where the amount of source code for each language has grown to such a large volume that it's difficult to navigate. Especially when returning to that code base after an extensive break working on other issues.

Currently, we have repositories in C#, Java, PHP and Javascript. All this source code follows proper code documentation annotations, but those code docs are relative to the language. PHP and Java for example have very different comment documenting methods.

When we generate HTML from the source code to review the documentation. It's all different for each language.

Is there a doc generator that works for all those languages that creates consistent HTML for all our projects?

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    Doxygen claims to support C#, Java and PHP. Maybe it can also work with Javascript. – Claudio May 31 '13 at 15:28