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Apparently Qdoc is the internal tool used by Qt Development Frameworks for generating documentation.
Basically it's text and uses a markup language, so I can use any text editor, like vim, which Lee mentioned, but I think I'll use Notepad++ for now.
It's a bit primitive compared to, let's say, RoboHelp, but it looks like it'll be easy to learn. I've used a couple of different markup languages, including HTML and BBCode, so it's just going to be a matter of learning this one.
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