From: Markus Werle (numerical.simulation_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-11-25 05:36:49
I am wading through the docs for library submitters
trying to find my way through the formal aspects of
proposing boost::etl (a redesigned version of Daixtrose).
Actually many points are clear and easy to follow,
but some remain that I'd like to have some help with:
While boost only requires
"The format for documentation should be HTML"
there is some more recommendation I'd like to follow,
especially the stuff below
My question: is there an easy way to achieve
an approximately conformant way to build the
Which tools or toolchain do you use, such that you
do not have to worry about formatting issues too much?
Is there a doxygen-based solution?
boost::spirit docs were made out of a wiki, which is
a very attractive approach, too, since it can grow slowly.
Which tools do you recommend?
Which pages at boost have I overlooked?
I am sitting in front of a linux box, so the
choices are pretty large. Any guide appreciated.
P.S.: Not much hope, but: anyone with a tool which
"boostifies" source code such that it supports
the naming convention? SomeThing that changes to some_thing
and makes all template args Uppercase, etc ...
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