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rebecca - Rebecca is a readme generator for Go

  •    Go

Rebecca is a readme generator.Managing the GitHub readme for your Go project can be a drag. When creating jennifer I found examples copied into the markdown would get out of date, and documentation was duplicated. I created rebecca to solve this: see README.md.tpl in the jennifer repo for a real world example.

readme-generator - Generate a readme from a template and package

  •    Javascript

package.json and the parsed argv object are used as context for templates. ERB/Lo-dash style templates may be used.

generator-standard-readme - Scaffold out a Standard Readme

  •    Javascript

This generator conforms to the standard-readme specification. It creates a minimally compliant standard readme for your cross-language project, with some options. Tip: Use chalk if you want colors in your CLI.

emd - Enhanced Markdown template processor

  •    Go

Enhanced Markdown template processor. This prelude must be inserted right before the regular md content.




doxie - The most flexible doc generator you’ve seen

  •    Javascript

— We’ve looked through all umpteen of them. We even heavily used one or the other. But what we’re after is flexibility. If you’re a perfectionist, construct your docs from the ground up, and polish them down to the very last detail to suit them to your liking. If you want decent results quickly, choose a ready-made theme. Probably you’re somewhere in between – so take a preset and tweak it a bit. We’re talking about total flexibility. This wasn’t possible before. — Gulp is very flexible. But it’s designed to process individual files. Just like metalsmith is designed to process whole directories. We need another abstraction. We have functions, objects, or CSS classes to document – and often we don’t even care what file they’re in. We call these things docs. Gulp works with files, and doxie works with docs.

boilerplate-readme-template - Boilerplate README.md Template for GitHub or GitLab use.

  •    Javascript

Describe you project -> I hate to always "reinvent" README.md on GitHub that is why I decided to make this Starter README.md template. Also I prefer HTML syntax because I use HTML every day and it has some extra features like center the elements.