2 Aug 2004 23:49

### Missing CVS Files???


To whom it may concern:

I checked out the latest doxygen source code from the doxygen repository as instructed on doxygen.org.  I'm
using Visual Studio .Net 2003 and used the contents of the wintools subdirectory to create a *.sln
(Solution) file and a *.vcproj (Project) file for each project.  Without any changes I received compiler
errors.  The first set of errors were due to the inclusion of an addition /I command line directive that was
unneccesary for most of the projects.  The the second set of issues involves missing files.  Can someone
point me to the appropriate list of files.  The file's that are missing were for the DoxyTag and Doxygen
projects as shown below.  I'm pretty sure I need all of these.  Did I miss a step somewhere along the line?  I
assumed I would get everything with the check out.  Your help is appreciated!

DoxyTag Missing Files:
doxytag.cpp
version.cpp

Doxygen Missing Files:
version.cpp
scanner.cpp
pre.cpp
doctokenizer.cpp
defargs.cpp
declinfo.cpp
config.cpp
commentcnv.cpp
code.cpp
ce_parse.cpp
ce_lex.cpp

Regards,


3 Aug 2004 08:29

### Re: Missing CVS Files???


>command line directive that was unneccesary for most of the projects.  The the second set of issues
involves missing files.  Can someone point me to the appropriate list of files.  The file's that are missing
were for the DoxyTag and Doxygen projects as shown below.  I'm pretty sure I need all of these.  Did I miss a
step somewhere along the line?  I assumed I would get everything with the check out.  Your help is appreciated!
>
>
>DoxyTag Missing Files:
>doxytag.cpp
>version.cpp
>
>Doxygen Missing Files:
>version.cpp
>scanner.cpp
>pre.cpp
>doctokenizer.cpp
>defargs.cpp
>declinfo.cpp
>config.cpp
>commentcnv.cpp
>code.cpp
>ce_parse.cpp
>ce_lex.cpp

I never compiled it myself, but I think at least some of these files are generated
from other files with the help of flex, bison and such. Have a look at the make-
file and see where they come from.

bye  Fabi



3 Aug 2004 11:48

### Re: Missing CVS Files???

On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 02:49:11PM -0700, Huantes, Daniel F. wrote:
>
> To whom it may concern:
>
> I checked out the latest doxygen source code from the doxygen repository as instructed on doxygen.org.
I'm using Visual Studio .Net 2003 and used the contents of the wintools subdirectory to create a *.sln
(Solution) file and a *.vcproj (Project) file for each project.  Without any changes I received compiler
errors.  The first set of errors were due to the inclusion of an addition /I command line directive that was
unneccesary for most of the projects.  The the second set of issues involves missing files.  Can someone
point me to the appropriate list of files.  The file's that are missing were for the DoxyTag and Doxygen
projects as shown below.  I'm pretty sure I need all of these.  Did I miss a step somewhere along the line?  I
assumed I would get everything with the check out.  Your help is appreciated!
>

The missing files are generated and not included in the CVS tree (they are
included in the source distributions for which the project files are intended).
To build for Windows, please follow the instructions found at:
http://www.doxygen.org/install.html#install_src_windows

In summary you should either use make.bat and make sure the required tools
(perl,flex,bison) are available from a dos box, or install Cygwin and
build doxygen via the configure script (as you would on Linux/Unix).

Regards,
Dimitri

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3 Aug 2004 11:51

### Updated PHP5 patch

Hi!

I updated my PHP5 patch so it also handles abstract
members now. (Btw, the patch is against Doxygen 1.3.8)

Bye,
Arend jr.

--
Arend van Beelen jr.
http://www.liacs.nl/~dvbeelen

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10 Aug 2004 14:34

### REQUEST: Extendet LaTeX functionality

Hi,

I tried to use the eqnarray environment in my comments, and made it works
like this:

\f[ \]
\begin{eqnarray}
a & = & 1 \nonumber\\
b & = & 2 \nonumber
\end{eqnarray}
$\f] Note that I had to cheat: The command '\f[' introduces a '\[' in the LaTeX source code, but I don't want to use the '\[' environment, so I have to close it immediately with a '$'. Then comes my eqnarray stuff. The same
trick applies for the '\f]' at the end where I have to put a '$' in front. While this workaround works, there is a small issue: The generated LaTeX code now contains an empty displaymath environment, an eqnarray environment, followed by another empty displaymath environment. The empty environments add some space before and after the eqnarray which look a bit strange. I ask myself why there's a limitation to the two math environments '\[ ...$' and '$...$'. Why no just add two doxygen command, for example \latex
and \endlatex which may contain *anything* which is legal LaTeX code? I
cannot use \latexonly as I also want my formulas to appear in the HTML doc.

Regards
Kaspar



13 Aug 2004 14:43

### unistd.h not included correctly during compilation on MacOSX

See error below for description.

For some reason 'unistd.h' does not seem to be included correctly.

A 'unistd.h' does exist in the 'src' directory.  I can not find
anywhere where the working directory is included in the search path;
so I would expect <unistd.h> to be found the system include
directories??

Hack: add the following line to 'src/util.cpp'

#include "/usr/include/unistd.h"

Doxygen version:  1.3.8
OS: MacOSX 10.3.4

Error:

util.cpp: In function int iSystem(const char*, const char*, bool)':
util.cpp:178: error: fork' undeclared (first use this function)
util.cpp:178: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
for each
function it appears in.)
util.cpp:191: error: execve' undeclared (first use this function)
make[1]: *** [../objects/util.o] Error 1
make: *** [all] Error 2

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29 Aug 2004 00:57

### patch to bring hungarian translator up-to-date

Hi all,

attached is a patch to bring the Hungarian translator up-to-date (one method
was missing).

Best regards,
Akos
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Gmane