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Subject: Re: [Boost-build] [boost-build][doc][boostbook][doxygen] Problems with using boost documenting tools
From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-07-25 06:40:03

On Monday 13 July 2009 Andrey Torba wrote:

> I've attached simple project with documentation.
> There are two problems:1. doxygen generates documentation with full paths to
> headers <D:/c++/my_project/include/my_project/h1.hpp> instead of
> <my_project/h1.hpp>
> As you can see in attachment, i configure doxygen by defining STRIP_FROM...
> directives, where $(TOP)/include = D:/c++/project/include:
> <doxygen:param>STRIP_FROM_PATH=$(TOP)/include
> <doxygen:param>STRIP_FROM_INC_PATH=$(TOP)/include
> TOP variable i define in Jamroot as:
> path-constant TOP : . ;
> What do i do wrong?
> 2. Paths to images looks like <img src="../../doc/html/images/next.png"
> alt="Next">. Path goes up by two directories and then down, it seem through
> the Jamroot
> I need direct <img src="images/next.png" alt="Next">
> How to generate direct relative paths?

Are you building from the root, or from the 'doc' directory? I'd suggest you
trying building from the latter.

- Volodya

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