How do I add documents to doxygen?
In order to generate doxygen based documentation, you need to follow four steps:
- have the doxygen executable installed on your computer (this is already done on our DESY machines)
- document your code.
- create a configuration file.
- run doxygen to create the documentation (HTML or LaTeX based).
How do I use doxygen on Mac?
- To install doxygen, run the following command in macOS terminal (Applications->Utilities->Terminal) sudo port install doxygen Copy.
- To see what files were installed by doxygen, run: port contents doxygen Copy.
- To later upgrade doxygen, run: sudo port selfupdate && sudo port upgrade doxygen Copy.
How do I use doxygen with github?
- Install doxygen. macOS – brew install doxygen.
- Create doxygen config file (Doxyfile).
- Configure Doxyfile.
- Optionally add html and latex to .gitignore file.
- Document your code according to Doxygen guidlines.
- Optionally run doxygen to generate documentation to see output documentation locally.
What is doxygen configuration file?
A configuration file is a free-form ASCII text file with a structure that is similar to that of a Makefile , with the default name Doxyfile . It is parsed by doxygen . The file may contain tabs and newlines for formatting purposes.
How do I create a CHM file?
How to Create a CHM Help File
- Add and write help topics using a built-in word processor with a spell checker.
- Build the hierarchical Table of Contents by organizing your help topics into headings, sub-headings, and subsubheadings.
- Associate topics with keywords to provide the alphabetical Index.
How do I add doxygen documents to github?
How install doxygen Linux?
Step 1: Download and install Doxygen on Linux
- Step 1.1: Download the . bin file and install.
- Step 1.2: Doxygen: Linux install and set up from Source. Enter the command given below to install the utilities needed to compile the Doxygen source code.
- Step 1.3: Linux: Verify Doxygen installation.
How to add custom files in Doxygen gotchas?
According to this Doxygen gotchas article I finally found that: you need to add a file with the dox extension. Its content should contain C-style comment blocks: Make sure your custom files are placed in a directory which is included in INPUT setting or in the current directory if INPUT is left empty, so these files can be found.
How to add a Doxygen file to the input directive?
In the .dox configuration file, add the file to the INPUT directive with something like this: If the file had the appropriate extension, say like .h or .c then Doxygen would find the file without adding to the INPUT directive.
Can I use doxygen to process JSDoc files?
I could use Doxygen and process the PHP files and JsDoc to process the JS files. The result would be, that I now have two different docs in two different folders – a result which I don’t like.