Subject: [Boost-docs] Use BoostBook standalone?
From: Rutger Hofman (rutger_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-10-29 23:48:31
Good evening list,
my project (.c and .h, basically no c++) requires documentation in
DocBook. In the past, I have been a contented user of doxygen. BoostBook
has the capacity to generate DocBook .sgml from doxygen-annotated code,
is that correct?
My question: can I use BoostBook to generate DocBook .sgml from my
doxygen-annotated header files without using Boost itself? If so, how? I
have been trying to find my way in the Boost distro, but I didn't yet
fathom its intricacies.
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