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▽Doxygen Manual Linking to external documentation Joerg Baumann, for adding conditional documentation blocks, PDF links, and the configuration. ▽Doxygen Manual Linking to external documentation . To get the best results for PDF output you should set the PDF_HYPERLINKS and USE_PDFLATEX. Source code documentation and analysis tool. ▽Doxygen output in RTF (MS -Word), PostScript, hyperlinked PDF, compressed HTML, and Unix man pages.

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User Manual for Doxygen , written by Dimitri van Heesch cO . The PDF manual doxygen will be located in the latex. The PDF manual will be located in the latex directory of the . generate read. Doxygen make ps latex custom output postscript. PDF. HTML. Doxygen commands. Doxygen ( reads a configuration file to control source code processing and documentation output formats, the.

Documents produced by doxygen are derivative works derived from the input used in their production; they are not affected by this license. I've gathered some nice examples of real-life projects using doxygen.

These are part of a larger list of projects that use doxygen. If you know other projects, let me know and I'll add them. Commercial Support I'm currently investigating the possibilities of providing commercial support for doxygen.

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The forms of support I'm thinking of are: implementing features, fixing bugs, providing priority help in answering questions. To get a better understanding of the feasibility, please let me know if you have a need for this type or another type of doxygen related commercial support. Future work Although doxygen is successfully used by large number of companies and open source projects already, there is always room for improvement.

You can submit enhancement requests in the bug tracker.

Make sure the severity of the bug report is set to "enhancement". Wouter Slegers of Your Creative Solutions for registering the www. Parker Waechter for adding the RTF output generator.


Joerg Baumann, for adding conditional documentation blocks, PDF links, and the configuration generator. Tim Mensch for adding the todo command. Christian Hammond for redesigning the web-site.

Talin for adding support for C style comments with XML markup. Petr Prikryl for coordinating the internationalization support. All language maintainers for providing translations into many languages.

The brief documentation also ends at a line not starting with a hash sign. Inside doxygen comment blocks all normal doxygen markings are supported. The only exceptions are described in the following two paragraphs. To detect namespaces, classes, functions and variables the following Tcl commands are recognized. Documentation blocks can be put on the lines before the command.

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The previous section focused on how to make the comments in your code known to doxygen, it explained the difference between a brief and a detailed description, and the use of structural commands. The simplest form is to use plain text.

This will appear as-is in the output and is ideal for a short description. For longer descriptions you often will find the need for some more structure, like a block of verbatim text, a list, or a simple table. For this doxygen supports the Markdown syntax, including parts of the Markdown Extra extension. Markdown is designed to be very easy to read and write.

It's formatting is inspired by plain text mail.

Markdown works great for simple, generic formatting, like an introduction page for your project. Doxygen also supports reading of markdown files directly. For more details see chapter Markdown support. For programming language specific formatting doxygen has two forms of additional markup on top of Markdown formatting.

If this is still not enough doxygen also supports a subset of the HTML markup language. Go to the next section or return to the index. Documenting the code. This chapter covers two topics: How to put comments in your code such that doxygen incorporates them in the documentation it generates. This is further detailed in the next section.

Ways to structure the contents of a comment block such that the output looks good, as explained in section Anatomy of a comment block. There are several ways to mark a comment block as a detailed description: Here are examples of the two cases: Note that a blank line ends a documentation block in this case.

For this purpose you can use the following: Here is an example: Here are two examples: Brief description. If you have multiple detailed descriptions, like in the following example: Another detailed description! Putting documentation after members If you want to document the members of a file, struct, union, class, or enum, it is sometimes desired to place the documentation block after the member instead of before.

Here are some examples: Other ways to do the same are: This is done as follows: Here is an example of the use of these comment blocks: More detailed enum description. A more elaborate description of the constructor.

A more elaborate description of the destructor. Section Documenting the code demonstrates the various ways that code can be documented.

Section Markdown support show the Markdown formatting supported by doxygen. Section Lists shows how to create lists. Section Grouping shows how to group things together. Section Including formulas shows how to insert formulas in the documentation. Section Graphs and diagrams describes the diagrams and graphs that doxygen can generate.


Section Preprocessing explains how doxygen deals with macro definitions. Section Automatic link generation shows how to put links to files, classes, and members in the documentation. Section Output Formats shows how to generate the various output formats supported by doxygen.

Section External Indexing and Searching shows how use the external search and index tools Section Customizing the output explains how you can customize the output generated by doxygen.

Section Custom Commands show how to define and use custom commands in your comments. Section Linking to external documentation explains how to let doxygen create links to externally generated documentation.

Section Frequently Asked Questions gives answers to frequently asked questions. Section Troubleshooting tells you what to do when you have problems. The second part forms a reference manual: Section Features presents an overview of what doxygen can do.You can probably leave the values of most tags in a generated template configuration file to their default value.

Section Including formulas shows how to insert formulas in the documentation. No representations are made about the suitability of this software for any purpose. The second part forms a reference manual: If it is disabled set to NO , then typing make in the latex directory a dvi file called refman.

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