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Re: Octave Code Manual with Doxygen?

From: Clinton Chee
Subject: Re: Octave Code Manual with Doxygen?
Date: Fri, 27 Feb 2004 11:44:40 +1100
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Hi JD and Doxygen users,

Have anyone successfully used doxygen on the octave code? I tried it and receive the error below. I ran doxygen from the root of the code base, in my case, it is: /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50

Is the octave code too large for doxygen?

The error is:
Preprocessing /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50/liboctave/ Preprocessing /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50/liboctave/Array-flags.d... Preprocessing /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50/liboctave/Array-flags.h... Preprocessing /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50/liboctave/Array-flags.list... Preprocessing /nfs/users01/unsw/chee/programs/octave-2_1_50/liboctave/Array-flags.o...
input buffer overflow, can't enlarge buffer because scanner uses REJECT

JD Cole wrote:

As far as I know, there isn't a "code doc" for Octave, but it's very well designed c++. You might try using doxygen on the src tree to produce some documentation to help you find your way.


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