Subject: Re: [boost] [documentation] help - SFINAE confuses doxygen
From: Yechezkel Mett (ymett.on.boost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-02-22 06:18:47
On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 7:20 AM, Simonson, Lucanus J
> I have noticed after attempting to document my overloaded template functions in doxygen that is simply doesn't work. Doxygen appears to consider all SFINAE overloads of a templated function as a single function, but doxygen's treatment of them is quite erratic. It seems to generally have a bunch of assumptions built into its internal logic about what can't happen in C++ code that aren't valid in my case. Does anyone have any suggestions for how to deal with these issues? I notice that doxygen is used with BoostBook, and I know this must have come up in other libraries. How is it solved?
Try the following: use \cond ... \endcond around code which you want
Doxygen to ignore. Use #ifdef DOXYGEN_ONLY ... #endif around code
formatted specially for Doxygen which you want the compiler to ignore.
Tell Doxygen to predefine DOXYGEN_ONLY.
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