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Antora generates static documentation sites from AsciiDoc
A static site generator for making documentation sites from one or more versioned content repositories.
A documentation pipeline that enables docs, product, and engineering teams to create, manage, remix, and publish documentation sites composed in AsciiDoc and sourced from multiple versioned content repositories.
See details at https://antora.org/ and get the code at https://gitlab.com/antora/antora
Antora is designed to generate and manage static, versioned documentation sites using AsciiDoc. Works with git across multiple repos to pull together documentation for a project into a single site.