1 Feb 2005 07:57

Re: Class member documentation not turning up as expected.

On Mon, 31 Jan 2005 10:26:18 -0600 (CST), Chris Green <greenc <at> fnal.gov> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I'm sure I'm doing something silly, but the attached tarfile contains a
> small test case from my codebase where I'm providing detailed information
> for class member functions, but it is not appearing in the documentation
> for the class. The link from the brief description takes one to the
> catch-all "modules" page for the group in which the class resides.

If you put all members explicitly in a group than this is indeed the
behaviour you get.
If you want them to appear in the class, then don't group the members,
only the class.

Regards,
Dimitri

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1 Feb 2005 17:12

Re: Class member documentation not turning up as expected.

Hi,

> If you put all members explicitly in a group than this is indeed the
> behaviour you get.
> If you want them to appear in the class, then don't group the members,
> only the class.

Bingo! I've been grouping entire header files with:

\{
\}

so that'll be the problem.

Thanks so much for your help,
Chris.

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>  Dimitri
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2 Feb 2005 14:35

Finer control over HTML Output

I was wondering if there was a way to specify explicitly what styles to
assign to the various portions of the output for HTML.

For instance, the \warning option and the \bug option produce use the
same css class.  If I wanted to make warnings red, and bugs blue, I
wouldn't be able to specify that.

Will this require a code hack?  Or is there a
-produce_crazy_amounts_of_css option that I am missing?

(I am willing to sacrifice other output formats if needed)

Thanks,
Brian Byrne

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2 Feb 2005 15:40

Removing parentheses from generated filenames

Is it possible to get doxygen to avoid use of parentheses in
filenames? Packaging software with parentheses in filename is
impossible using the native IRIX package manager as parentheses in the
file listing has special meaning.

Failing that, where in the source can I replace use of parentheses?

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2 Feb 2005 21:19

some feature requests

I have two feature requests for doxygen:

(1) I've come to like the left-hand-side tree view once I discovered
that option. However, I have some scripts that automatically take me to
the documentation for a class by assembling the html file name from the
class name and this results in a page that only shows the content
frame, but not the navigational tree view frame. Apple usually has a
link "Show TOC" on their documentation pages, and I'd really love to
see something similar in the html generated by doxygen when using the
tree view:
If the tree view is displayed a link "Hide tree" could allow to show
the pages without the tree view frame and when viewing without frames,
a link "Show tree" would allow to display the tree again. Not sure how
feasible this toggle feature is, but at least a "Show tree" link would

(2) When clicking the link for some member function in a class
documentation, the anchor for this member is right next to the start of
the documentation text, not at the beginning of the line (or the
left-hand side of the page). This often times results in slightly
horizontally scrolled display when clicking the link and I have to
scroll back to be able to view everything properly. This may have to do
with the style sheet I use, and I don't know whether there's any way
around this problem, but it sure is annoying!

(3) When searching for classes, most of the time a couple of hundred
links are returned, since the class names are pervasive. It would be
nice if there was some way to search for the
class/struct/namespace/etc. documentation explicitely, e.g. entering
"#class FooBar" would search for a class definition of "FooBar", but


3 Feb 2005 16:56

Class List hyperlink missing from Doxygen Output

Hello,

I’m having a problem getting the Class List hyperlink to be generated for a class I’ve declared.  This class is exported and is declared with the keyword __declspec(dllexport).  Using this keyword seems to make Doxygen not generate the Class List hyperlink.  I’ve included the files that make up the project, the doxygen config file, a text file with warning messages.  Unfortunetly the mail server is not allowing zip files to be attached to email.

Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?

doxygen version: 1.3.9.1

OS: MS Windows XP Version 4.0 (2014.23)

Thanks,

Scott

Scott R. Weddle

Contract Software Engineer

Kelly IT

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C:/DoxygenTests/ExportedClassDeclaration/ExportedClassDec.cpp:9: Warning: documented function
CExportedClassDec::CExportedClassDec' was not defined.
C:/DoxygenTests/ExportedClassDeclaration/ExportedClassDec.cpp:13: Warning: Member main() of
file ExportedClassDec.cpp is not documented.
Attachment (ExportedClassDec.cpp): application/octet-stream, 244 bytes
Attachment (ExportedClassDec.dsp): application/octet-stream, 3521 bytes
Attachment (ExportedClassDec.dsw): application/octet-stream, 555 bytes
Attachment (ExportedClassDec.h): application/octet-stream, 181 bytes
Attachment (ExportedClassDecConfig): application/octet-stream, 8 KiB
3 Feb 2005 17:19

Re: Class List hyperlink missing from Doxygen Output

On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 07:56:59 -0800, Weddle, ScottX R
<scottx.r.weddle <at> intel.com> wrote
>
> I'm having a problem getting the Class List hyperlink to be generated for a
> class I've declared.  This class is exported and is declared with the
> keyword __declspec(dllexport).  Using this keyword seems to make Doxygen not
> generate the Class List hyperlink.  I've included the files that make up the
> project, the doxygen config file, a text file with warning messages.
> Unfortunetly the mail server is not allowing zip files to be attached to
> email.

If you read the manual (in particular this part
http://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen/preprocessing.html) you should

Regards,
Dimitri

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4 Feb 2005 15:50

Cross Reference


Hello all, We are new to Doxygen and the C development environment here. The
software we use now is all in assembler and we have lots of tools to work
with it but we are moving to C. We have a tool that will allow someone to
find out say all the program segments that call a certain macro. Is there a
way in Doxygen to get this kind of information. Say all the C files that

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4 Feb 2005 15:47

> i want to include into my docs some images and its really no problem with
> the \image command.
>
> My question is now how could the image works as html link also?

Did you try using the \anchor near the \image and use \ref to hyperlink to it?

If you want the image on its own page try this:

\page somePage
\anchor someAnchor
\image someImage.jpg

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4 Feb 2005 17:51


>> i want to include into my docs some images and its really no problem
with
>> the \image command.
>>
>> My question is now how could the image works as html link also?

> Did you try using the \anchor near the \image and use \ref to
Yes i tried it with \ref but it was no good idea.

> If you want the image on its own page try this:

> \page somePage
> \anchor someAnchor
> \image someImage.jpg

I think this is not what i need. I need an absolut link like
http://www.sourceforge.net behind the image. Maybe its not possible.

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