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From: Hervé Brönnimann (hervebronnimann_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-11-11 13:16:19

I guess you could always try:
I haven't used it myself.

However, first you will need to decide whether generated docs should
be submitted to the svn. There was a recent thread about that. If
that is your primary library documentation, then how it was generated
is irrelevant. But if you intend to update it (as is the whole point
of doxygen), I think it would be better to post it somewhere else
public but owned by you (not in the svn) and put in a relocate in the
index.html, with the option for the user to generate the docs
themselves and overwrite the index.html in their private copy (put in
some safeguards to prevent them from checking in inadvertently).


On Nov 11, 2007, at 12:15 PM, Lubomir Bourdev wrote:

> I am trying to submit a copy of the GIL documentation into main. The
> documentation consists of hundreds of files auto-generated by Doxygen.
> Many of them have longer names than 31 characters, and the svn
> pre-commit hook fails because of that.
> I couldn't figure a way to make Doxygen generate smaller file names
> and
> it would be impossible to manually shorten the names of hundreds of
> files every time we need to generate the files. Can we lift the file
> name length restriction? Any other solutions?
> Thanks,
> Lubomir
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