Boris Bralo | 1 Sep 15:25 2003
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Croatian translation update

Here it is
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Boris
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George Varga | 2 Sep 09:03 2003
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MacOS X doxywizard

Dear All,

I would like to thank you for the Doxygen Package. I turned to be a big fan 
of it in a very short time. At my company we are using it to document a 
rather big project on Windows.

We have found some interesting behavior that I will address in separate 
mails, but I have to create small cases for them.

This letter is about a missing piece of the package. I am a long standing 
MacOS developer and as I see there is no doxywizard for MacOS X. If nobody 
is working on it I would like to write one.

My goal is to deliver a real MacOS X application that could be used the 
same way as the doxywizard on Windows with maybe some additional 
functionallity.

I know that on UNIX people are used to make, install, run things from the 
command line. On MacOS this is not the case. Apple has created a very good 
cover on the UNIX underpinnings. This allows users, even developers to not 
touch the terminal window for they whole life.
I would prefer to make such a cover for doxygen.
Some technical background:
Apple has created Bundles which are directories that look like files. In a 
bundle you can have anything: applications, multi-file documents (like a 
database, a help for something, a web site). An application bundle contains 
the application and it can contain additional things that the application 
needs. In the Doxygen case the Doxywizard.app would contain the wizard, the 
doxygen executables (doxygen, doxytag,...), the doxygen documentation. The 
installation would only require uncompressing the bundle.
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Jens Miltner | 2 Sep 09:21 2003
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Re: MacOS X doxywizard


Am Dienstag, 02.09.03 um 09:03 Uhr schrieb George Varga:

> Dear All,
>
> I would like to thank you for the Doxygen Package. I turned to be a 
> big fan of it in a very short time. At my company we are using it to 
> document a rather big project on Windows.
>
> We have found some interesting behavior that I will address in 
> separate mails, but I have to create small cases for them.
>
> This letter is about a missing piece of the package. I am a long 
> standing MacOS developer and as I see there is no doxywizard for MacOS 
> X. If nobody is working on it I would like to write one.
>
> My goal is to deliver a real MacOS X application that could be used 
> the same way as the doxywizard on Windows with maybe some additional 
> functionallity.
>
> I know that on UNIX people are used to make, install, run things from 
> the command line. On MacOS this is not the case. Apple has created a 
> very good cover on the UNIX underpinnings. This allows users, even 
> developers to not touch the terminal window for they whole life.
> I would prefer to make such a cover for doxygen.
> Some technical background:
> Apple has created Bundles which are directories that look like files. 
> In a bundle you can have anything: applications, multi-file documents 
> (like a database, a help for something, a web site). An application 
> bundle contains the application and it can contain additional things 
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George Varga | 2 Sep 09:35 2003
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missing documentation lines when using defgroup and addtogroup

Dear Dmitri,

I have found a problem with doxygen 1.3.2 on Windows 2000 SP4. If one uses 
a defgroup to define a group and in an other file it adds some more info to 
this group via addtogroup the first paragraph of the documentation in the 
addtogroup  comment is not shown in the resulting HTML output.

The attached sample contains a small case that reproduces the problem.
The two cpp files contain the source. Use the doxyfile to create a new 
documentation. in the HTML folder you find the html file showing the 
problem. As I remember I was also able recreate the problem with 1.3.3 but 
I do not have it currently installed.

Happy Hunting
George Varga

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George Varga | 3 Sep 07:54 2003
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resend with attachment: missing documentation lines when using defgroup and addtogroup

Sorry the attachment was not added to the previous post. here it is.

Dear Dmitri,

I have found a problem with doxygen 1.3.2 on Windows 2000 SP4. If one uses 
a defgroup to define a group and in an other file it adds some more info to 
this group via addtogroup the first paragraph of the documentation in the 
addtogroup  comment is not shown in the resulting HTML output.

The attached sample contains a small case that reproduces the problem.
The two cpp files contain the source. Use the doxyfile to create a new 
documentation. in the HTML folder you find the html file showing the 
problem. As I remember I was also able recreate the problem with 1.3.3 but 
I do not have it currently installed.

Happy Hunting
George Varga
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Daniel S. | 3 Sep 09:35 2003
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New Doxygen modder - How to build? (VS2002)

Hi everyone.

I have been using Doxygen for about a year (at first as an imposed 
programming class requirement) and now have started getting 
interested/involved in a few OSS projects.

In my latest one, I wanted to integrate the News Archive as a Doxygen imput 
file - I do not really want to start messing with HTML myself - and I ran 
into two simple limitations that I would like to fix:
1- Be able to have links within page/section/etc titles - should be almost 
as simple as parsing titles like normal text.
2- Prevent the extra pages from showing up in the Related Pages page - 
possibly by adding a " <at> norelatedpage" special command to add a flag telling 
the Related Pages generator to ignore that page.

For what I am trying to do, these two simple little features would go a long 
way.

Those two changes/features are most likely nearly trivial to implement and I 
would be happy to implement them myself... if I could manage to build the 
stock Doxygen with VS2002. When I try to build it, there is a dozen 
(exactly) missing files. Some of those are nowhere to be found (like 
Doxygen's version.cpp that should contain versionString="1.3.3")  but most 
have CPP-ish looking '.l' files I do not quite know what I am supposed to do 
with. I am guessing that there are a few preliminary steps and probably 
extra tools required.

I have looked around the directories and Doxygen's site but could not find 
anything that looked like an "How to build" file. So, besides making an 
implicit feature request (that I may very likely end up implementing), could 
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Alessandro Falappa | 4 Sep 11:32 2003
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Italian translation update

Hi all,
Here is the updated italian Doxygen translation containing elements added
since v1.3.3.

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Alessandro Falappa
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George Varga | 5 Sep 08:16 2003
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MacOS X doxywizard status

Dear All,

I have made great progress on creating the Doxywizard application for MacOS 
X. I should say that at some stages I just said I will stop here, but after 
a calm down I went back and continued.

I have built QT 3.2.1 for Mac and compiled doxywizard. I have also created 
the bundle and now doxywizard can start up and edit the Doxyfiles. It can 
also run the doxygen from itself.

The compilation has been done on MacOS X 10.1.5 so the resulting executable 
is able to run 10.1, 10.2 and up.

To Do:
creating icons for doxywizard. For this I would need a rather large image 
(100x100 pixel) that will be used as the recurring element for the 
application and for doxyfile icons. Unfortunately the Doxygen logo (with 
the string in it) is not useful because when it is scaled back to 32x32 it 
would be just an orange rectangle. I would prefer use the gear used in 
doxywizard to run doxygen. I do not know however if this gear is a generic 
one or created for doxygen.

modifying the make files (doxywizard.pro or doxywizard.pro.in or 
doxywizard.t) and adding new files for the application bundle. To create 
the wizard I had to change the makefile.doxywizard link settings. I had to 
remove the X11 libs and had to add some MacOS specific libs. I hand created 
the application bundle and moved its contents by hand into it. This could 
be also automated via the makefile. As I am not really good at the tmake 
automation I might need your help to adjust the root files (*.pro or *.t) 
depending on the supplied makefiles.
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Jens Miltner | 5 Sep 09:22 2003
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Re: MacOS X doxywizard status


Am Freitag, 05.09.03 um 08:16 Uhr schrieb George Varga:

> Dear All,
>
> I have made great progress on creating the Doxywizard application for 
> MacOS X. I should say that at some stages I just said I will stop 
> here, but after a calm down I went back and continued.
>
> I have built QT 3.2.1 for Mac and compiled doxywizard. I have also 
> created the bundle and now doxywizard can start up and edit the 
> Doxyfiles. It can also run the doxygen from itself.
>
> The compilation has been done on MacOS X 10.1.5 so the resulting 
> executable is able to run 10.1, 10.2 and up.

Thanks, that sounds great!

> To Do:
> creating icons for doxywizard. For this I would need a rather large 
> image (100x100 pixel) that will be used as the recurring element for 
> the application and for doxyfile icons. Unfortunately the Doxygen logo 
> (with the string in it) is not useful because when it is scaled back 
> to 32x32 it would be just an orange rectangle. I would prefer use the 
> gear used in doxywizard to run doxygen. I do not know however if this 
> gear is a generic one or created for doxygen.
>
> modifying the make files (doxywizard.pro or doxywizard.pro.in or 
> doxywizard.t) and adding new files for the application bundle. To 
> create the wizard I had to change the makefile.doxywizard link 
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Petr Prikryl | 5 Sep 09:34 2003
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Windows binaries available for Doxygen-1.3.2-20030904

Hi,

If interested, you can download the doxygen binaries
compiled for MS Windows from

  http://doxygen.sourceforge.net/dl/doxygen-1.3-cvs/

This is the place where you should find also the next
releases.  The name of the archive is constructed 
from the date of CVS release.

The binaries are NOT created automatically, so it may
happen that some newer CVS sources were not compiled
because I am not present to do that or I forgot... ;)

Regards,
  Petr

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