Hi, this is the website of ZippyDoc, a compact, light-weight and human-readable format for documenting code, APIs, and other things, that can be easily converted to HTML.
It is designed primarily to be simple to use (unlike complex markup languages like reStructuredText), and very code-oriented (unlike other simple markup languages like Markdown). You will probably learn the entire syntax in about 10 minutes.
ZippyDoc (both the format and the parser) are licensed under the WTFPL, meaning you can basically do with it whatever you want, and reuse it in any fashion you see fit. I hope it will help you write nicer, easier, and more complete documentation!
While ZippyDoc is technically intended for documentation, I decided to whip up a simple index page in ZippyDoc as well - you're looking at it! :)

What does the ZippyDoc format look like?

^ my_function(argument1, argument2)

	! This is just an example!

	This is a function.

		This is the first argument.

		This is the second argument.

	@ How to call my_function

		$ my_function("ZippyDoc", "awesome")

		> "ZippyDoc is awesome!"
my_function(argument1, argument2)
Important: This is just an example!
This is a function.
This is the first argument.
This is the second argument.
Example: How to call my_function
my_function("ZippyDoc", "awesome")
"ZippyDoc is awesome!"


The documentation for ZippyDoc can be found here.

Downloading ZippyDoc

ZippyDoc is now a PyPi package! To install it, make sure you have pip installed, and run pip install zippydoc. You can then use the zpy2html command anywhere, to convert your ZippyDoc source files to HTML. The GitHub repository can be found here.