From: Eric Goebelbecker (egoebelbecker_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-06-12 14:20:44
I have web space. I'll love to host it. (I would probably end up being
a heavy user.)
It would be hosted under something like http://www.ominor.net/boost/docs
On 6/10/05, Narech Koumar <narechk_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > Are you going to submit this as a boost tool?
> I have nothing against it. If there is a general interest in using Dox
> amongst the boost community I'll gladly submit it. The question is how
> do I do that?
> > I am not extremely familiar with the whole documentation generation
> > aspect of boost, so I am not sure how this would fit in.
> > If you are planning to submit this, I suggest you:
> > * Pay careful attention to anyone who responds to this mail who knows
> > more about how the doc gen stuff works
> > * "Go the last mile"- i.e. do whatever extra work needed to fully
> > integrate this tool based on the feedback and thoughts you get (i.e.
> > don't expect someone to do it for you)
> Thanks for the suggestions.
> > Maybe if you ran doxygen on boost, and then ran your tool on that and
> > put it up on a web server somewhere, you could post a link here and
> > people could see "the big picture".
> Boost is one of the regression/performance tests for Dox :) . At this
> point the majority of the boosts' libs can be documented as is;
> unfortunately there are some major eeky quirks in the current version of
> Doxygen which hinder boost to be documented in its entirety.
> The currently produced documentation of boost API is far too large for
> me to host (ca 60Meg of HTML). If someone has a webspace to offer I'll
> gladly send them a .zip, alternatively someone can run Dox locally and
> post the results. The following libs/directories are known to pass
> through Doxygen->Dox fairly unmaimed:
> - NK
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