Subject: Re: [boost] [Documentation] Does Boost-Build support Doxygen documentation for tutorials (rather then quickbook)
From: Steven Watanabe (watanabesj_at_[hidden])
Date: 2010-12-13 10:37:07
On 12/13/2010 7:26 AM, Daniel James wrote:
> We do use straight doxygen documentation in at least on place:
> To create boost documentation, you don't have to use boost build, but
> you do have to make it reasonably easy for others to generate the
> documentation. In GIL's case, it uses shell scripts, which isn't ideal
> for windows users. Also, be aware that doxygen can generate long file
> names which don't meet our requirements. GIL uses a script to rename
> them (although there are some broken links, I haven't looked into why
> that is, I don't really know doxygen).
> I think boost build's doxygen support is tailored for boostbook, but
> it would be nice to be able to use it for other purposes. I'm not sure
> what that would be involved, you might want to ask on the build list.
Boost.Build will generate html from doxygen
if the target name ends with ".html".
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