Command-line tool to create stand-alone documentation websites from MarkDown documents and HTML templates. Supports multiple languages, multiple documentation versions, and the ability to roll your own templates (there's one built-in, of course). Find out more at http://docmodel.com/
npm install -g docmodel-cli
Find full documentation at http://docmodel.com/ (which is also an example of a site created with docmodel).
Contributions in the form of code are most welcome through https://bitbucket.org/ShaneGavin/docmodel
Note: List of language codes and names taken form this Stack Overflow answer
Copyright (c) 2017, Shane Gavin (nodehead.com)
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