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Re: continuing documentation

From: Bill White
Subject: Re: continuing documentation
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 10:38:51 -0400
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Have you looked at doxygen?  It lets you put things in the code
or out of it.  I'm using it for my current project at my work,
in a design of a symbol table, and I think it's very useful.

On Thu, Jun 21, 2001 at 10:11:10AM -0400, Maurizio Boriani wrote:
> -- On 18 Jun 2001 10:34:48 -0600 Gordon Matzigkeit wrote --
> > I looked at automatic tools for doing this kind of thing, but they all
> > failed to provide ways of working around text in the generated output.
> > I wouldn't want to put all the text into the header files.
> > 
> > My latest direction has been to have a little tool that would scan the
> > headers for functions that aren't documented in the manual.  It would
> > also provide convenient ways of moving the manual description to the
> > header files, and vice versa.
> Hi,
>       I think this is a good idea, but I could be usefull a tool which can 
> parse some code comment and put out docs about code and relations btw 
> different source file. The output could be html or sgml (which can be 
> translater in different format easly). A similar thing I saw in jdk java 
> documentor which put out html cource about code (mainly classes). Could this 
> be a good idea? What do you think?
> bye
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