Subject: Re: [Boost-docs] Doxygen /tparam tag not working?
From: Paul A. Bristow (pbristow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2011-03-31 16:16:49
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> bounces_at_[hidden]] On Behalf Of John Maddock
> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 4:25 PM
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> Subject: [Boost-docs] Doxygen /tparam tag not working?
> Folks, I'm trying to get to grips with the "Doxygenated" Pool lib docs (in
> sandbox) and notice that template params documented with \tparam don't
> appear in the output. Is this a known issue? Or is there some other way
> should be documentating class template params?
You are right that it doesn't make it through to the C++ Reference.
I hadn't noticed because I was working on the Doxygen standalone html
(before I realised that I knew too little about Boost.Pool).
But the \tparam tag in pool.hpp *does* show in the Doxygen output - see
This comes from:
\brief A fast memory allocator that guarantees proper alignment of all
\details Whenever an object of type pool needs memory from the system,
it will request it from its UserAllocator template parameter.
The amount requested is determined using a doubling algorithm;
that is, each time more system memory is allocated,
the amount of system memory requested is doubled.
Users may control the doubling algorithm by using the following foobar
Users may pass an additional constructor parameter to pool.
This parameter is of type size_type,
and is the number of chunks to request from the system
the first time that object needs to allocate system memory.
The default is 32. This parameter may not be 0.
Users may also pass an optional third parameter to pool's
constructor. This parameter is of type size_type,
and sets a maximum size for allocated chunks. When this
parameter takes the default value of 0, then there is no upper
limit on chunk size.
Finally, if the doubling algorithm results in no memory
being allocated, the pool will backtrack just once, halving
the chunk size and trying again.
\tparam UserAllocator type - the method that the Pool will use to allocate
memory from the system.
template <typename UserAllocator>
class pool: protected simple_segregated_storage < typename
But Steven clearly has a fix.
(BTW I found Doxygen very picky about where the class and template comment
can go, and using \class doesn't do what I had hoped either).
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