From: Cem Bassoy (cem.bassoy_at_[hidden])
Date: 2020-04-22 10:12:23
Am Mo., 20. Apr. 2020 um 22:38 Uhr schrieb Glen Fernandes via Boost <
> On Mon, Apr 20, 2020 at 1:59 PM Hans Dembinski <hans.dembinski_at_[hidden]>
> > My main question: I generate my reference with doxygen in xml. The xml
> code is then post-
> > processed using a Python script. The result is then integrated into my
> Quickbook docs(*) I
> > quickly checked Jamfiles for the example libraries you mentioned, and
> none of those seem to
> > have a doxygen-generated reference. How would I combine doxygen and
> > (*) How much annoyed I am by the inability of doxygen to produce a
> proper reference for a
> > template-heavy lib like Boost.Histogram is another story, but I really
> don't want to write the
> > reference by hand either and keep it in sync with code changes manually.
> I don't have a solution for that, I'm afraid. As you've found, all of
> the above have reference documentation manually written. (I stopped
> using Doxygen even when Quickbook/Boostbook was involved, though so I
> never invested time in finding out how to make things work with
Yes, I am in doubt if Doxygen documentation is really a necessity for
library users and developers.
After seeing asciidoc and the simple document generation, I would like to
go with asciidoc for Boost.ublas.
I think, using C++ concepts will also help to better read and understand
template code - maybe eliminating the necessity to document on a reference
I would like to know the number of potential mentors for Google Summer of
For an example, see GSoD-Project-VLC
Short summary of the *timeline*:
Organization deadline is *May 4*.
Technical writer exploration is between *May 11 and Jun 8* - Interested
technical writers discuss project ideas with mentoring organizations
Technical writing projects announcement* August 16, 2020*
Community bonding *August 17 - September 13*
Doc development *September 14, 2020 - November 30*
Project finalization *November 30 - December 5*
How many library contributors and maintainers would like to mentor
professional technical writer?
+1 for Boost.uBlas.
There is also the chance to apply for a long-running project.
Would that be helpful for Boost?
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