Docclass has a rather dumb parser, but it should cope with reasonably sane C++ class declarations. It understands comments, and tries to group the comments with the appropriate class or method.
Docclass does not require templates, or nested classes, as many people had C++ compilers which didn't support them. With any luck, it should understand them a little in the code it analyses, though.
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