neil. lovell | 10 Jan 11:51 2003
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Request for a feature


I often forget to save my settings before I close the window, can someone 
write a few lines of code to prompt me with a messagebox if I've changed 
something and not saved?

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Dimitri van Heesch | 10 Jan 19:39 2003
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Re: [Doxygen-users] Need to make some extra money every month??

On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 02:38:19PM +0000, The Advantage internat system wrote:
> SPAM SPAM SPAM.

Hi, I've just limited posting to the mailing list to members-only in order
to avoid spammers flooding the list with their crap. Sorry for the 
inconvenience this may cause.

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René Dencker Eriksen | 13 Jan 10:28 2003
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Controlling the output in the "Alphabetical List" regarding namespace

Hi,

I will hereby suggest an improvement to how the output on the 
"Alphabetical List" (and the "Class Hierarchy") can be controlled.

At the moment I have for instance the following two classes, that shows 
up on the "Alphabetical List" as this:

ipl::CHoughBase (ipl)
ipl::CHoughBase::CBinaryImage (ipl)

Both in the namespace "ipl". The CBinaryImage is defined inside CHoughBase.

It would be nice to be able to remove the ipl:: in front of both lines 
since it is redundant (ipl is also shown at the end of each line).

The only control of this in the setup-file is setting the value of 
HIDE_SCOPE_NAMES. But this leads to the following:

CHoughBase (ipl)
CBinaryImage (ipl)

The CHoughBase scope is also stripped from the CBinaryImage but is still 
placed under "H" in the alphabetical ordered list. This is very 
confusing. It would be nice with an option to remove ipl:: only, so the 
output becomes:

CHoughBase (ipl)
CHoughBase::CBinaryImage (ipl)

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Nasser.Ahmed | 13 Jan 13:16 2003

XML (DTD and Schema Support)

I just installed the latest version of Doxygen 1.3rc2 and noticed the XML 
tab in Doxywizard has two options to add a XML DTD and schema. Has anyone 
tested these and are there any more details on what these options do?

Thanx.
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Dimitri van Heesch | 13 Jan 22:14 2003
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Re: Controlling the output in the "Alphabetical List" regarding namespace

On Mon, Jan 13, 2003 at 10:28:27AM +0100, Ren? Dencker Eriksen wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I will hereby suggest an improvement to how the output on the 
> "Alphabetical List" (and the "Class Hierarchy") can be controlled.
> 
> At the moment I have for instance the following two classes, that shows 
> up on the "Alphabetical List" as this:
> 
> ipl::CHoughBase (ipl)
> ipl::CHoughBase::CBinaryImage (ipl)
> 
> Both in the namespace "ipl". The CBinaryImage is defined inside CHoughBase.
> 
> It would be nice to be able to remove the ipl:: in front of both lines 
> since it is redundant (ipl is also shown at the end of each line).

Has already been fixed in the latest CVS release.

> The only control of this in the setup-file is setting the value of 
> HIDE_SCOPE_NAMES. But this leads to the following:
> 
> CHoughBase (ipl)
> CBinaryImage (ipl)
> 
> The CHoughBase scope is also stripped from the CBinaryImage but is still 
> placed under "H" in the alphabetical ordered list. This is very 
> confusing. It would be nice with an option to remove ipl:: only, so the 
> output becomes:
> 
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Iain Buchanan | 20 Jan 06:32 2003
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re: customising doxygen output

I have written a perl script to extend the use of the ALIAS
configuration file tag.  What I want from this email is some response if
anyone thinks this may be useful for any reason, in which case I can
update the script a bit and release it.  If you're interested, keep
reading; if not, keep reading anyway, because it may do more than you
think.

History.
I started writing the perl script about 6 months ago (or more), before
doxygen version 1.2.10, before the doxygen xml output was used much, and
before the new perl (1.3-rc2) output was available.  I finished it for
internal use by our company, and forgot about it.  Its recently come up
again though as there is another major update on the way.

Reason.
Basically it is a very devious way of extending doxygen's "alias"
configuration file tag.  Essentially, I had a look at the doxygen source
code and thought my own perl script would be quicker and easier (now I'm
not so sure!)

The problem with the alias tag, is its a simple substitution.  For
example:
    ALIASES = "myalias=<b>"
  would cause
     <at> myalias hello world
  to be replaced with
    <b> hello world
  There is no option to add something at the end, to the effect of
    <b> hello world </b>

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Iain Buchanan | 21 Jan 05:34 2003
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re: copydoc patch

I have been trying to patch doxygen to extend the copydoc special
command (to copy any item, eg enums).  I am a programmer, but I'm stuck!
(not having much experience with other peoples' code)

I found where I think I need to make some mods, but I would appreciate
some pointers from here on (I realise that asking someone to do it for
me would probably never happen, but thats not what I'm asking, unless
you're really bored!)

I followed CMD_COPYDOC to 'void DocCopy::parse()' in docparser.cpp, and
then found 'findDocsForMemberOrCompound' and had a look at that
function.  But thats where I got lost.  It looks like
'findDocsForMemberOrCompound' returns true if copydoc references a
namespace, group, page or file, and false otherwise.  Is this correct? 
How might I extend it for an enum?

I would greatly appreciate some help here, whatever you may be able to
provide.  I'm sure it would only take a few minutes for someone
experienced with the doxygen code.

Many TIA,
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Nasser.Ahmed | 23 Jan 12:44 2003

Doxygen XML Transformation

Is anyone working on any projects that transform the current Doxygen XML 
output in to another XML form. i.e. DTD transformation either using XSL or 
code/script? Any help would be appreciated.

Also, are there any plans to change the Doxygen DTD in the future? If so 
what kind of time frame (I guess this is a Dimitri question...)

Regards.
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Reinhard Nissl | 24 Jan 09:59 2003
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1.3-rc2: special comments + boiler plate stuff

Hi,

the attached file contains a special header with C and C++ comments, that 
confuses the doxygen preprocessor. Therefore, the preprocessor doesn't do any 
preprocessing on this file and feeds the file unchanged to the doxygen parser. 
Finally, I get warning messages about functions that are in an #if 0 ... 
#endif block.

Doxyfile contains some additional macros for better handling of M$ VC++ files.

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Reinhard Nissl | 24 Jan 10:13 2003
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1.3-rc2: syntax highlighting

Hi,

I'm not shure, whether I'm wrong or doxygen is wrong. At least the compiler 
accepts the input :-)

Please have a look on line 8 to 24: why don't lines 10 to 21 get colored?

These lines get colored, if I change line 8 to:

	using namespace ::Softlog::Common;

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