From: Joel de Guzman (joel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-05-01 01:10:06
Matias Capeletto wrote:
> Other things...
> The past two days i learned how to use the tools that boost is using
> to compile and generate docs (build v2 and quickbook+doxygen). I first
> want to thanks to the developers of this tools, they are pretty
> amazing. I do not know if this is the place to say something about the
> docs of how to install this two tools, correct me if it is not so the
> next time i post it in the right place.
> I lost a lot of time trying to make build v2 work because i download
> it separately and my user-config.jam was not being read because bjam
> was parsing a user-config.jam in the /boost/tools/build/v2/ folder.
> Maybe this is in the docs and i do not find it.
> The boostbook documentation have a very nice list of things to do in
> order to get doxygen and other stuff working with build v2. I endless
> look for something like this in the quickbook documentation and was
> not able to find it.
> Now that i know how to do it, all the process seems straight forward,
> it will be possible to add this two things to the documentation?
I cross posted to boost.docs list (boost-docs_at_[hidden]).
It is the proper place to discuss boost docs related topics. Yeah, it
would be nice to have those in the docs. I encourage you to submit a
patch to the quickbook docs and I'd gladly incorporate them.
-- Joel de Guzman http://www.boost-consulting.com http://spirit.sf.net
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