From: Jody Hagins (jody-boost-011304_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-03-16 09:59:53
On Mon, 12 Mar 2007 21:58:33 -0400
Hervé Brönnimann <hervebronnimann_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> I've used doxygen with great results a la doc book. There is a
> section at the beginning of each file , @file, where you can put the
> usage examples, general documentation, rationales, etc. Most people
> think of doxygen as only the tags after each function... With a bit
> of patch and perl processing, it's used at Bloomberg to generate all
> the documentation, and it works great (when the documentation is well-
> written). There can be a few glitches, but the doc always reflects
> the actual code, and it makes editing the doc so much easier.
> However when it is unfinished, it is not pretty. That is perhaps the
> greatest disadvantage.
Do you have a sample set of files that you can provide as examples of
how to get doxygen to generate this information?
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