simplified jsdoc 3

jsdox jsdox is a simple jsdoc 3 generator. It pulls documentation tags based on a subset of jsdoc 3 from your javascript files and generates markdown files. Relies on the JSDoc3 parser to get the full AST including comments.
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Last update: May 10, 2022

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