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I need a CMS that creates documentation like Eclipse docs or Fedora docs. I need search options and good looking printing support.

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I don't want to hard code elements like current documentation generators such as Javadoc, Doxygen or GTK-Doc. I need something like a CMS.

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Take a look at Atlassian Confluence, it is incredibly cheap for small teams ($10). This is how it looks when used as a documentation CMS.

It is a heavy-weight Java application, so I don't know if it is applicable in your case. But it is quite nice and widely used as a documentation CMS, Wiki, etc. It is very powerful.

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Is there any open source option? :D – Majid Azimi Oct 23 '11 at 19:27
Well confluence is actually free for open source projects: But it itself is not open-source. – haimg Oct 23 '11 at 19:37

I personally use Confluence for documentation and "intranetty" type sites ;-)

However, one open-source option which has a lot of similarities to Confluence is XWiki. Have a look through their screenshots for other sites that use XWiki.

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