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Re: [xmlblaster-devel] using doxygen for source code documenting

Hello Heinrich,

The left Navigation bar on the left is to heavy to load on most web browser (look at http://www1.ktaland.com/docs/xmlBlaster/html/).
Not only the web browser hanging, but all the computer is thinking for minutes (on my PIII Xeon 1.5 Ghz !!).
So perhpas forgot it :o{

between our two tests
(http://www1.ktaland.com/docs/xmlBlaster/html/ and http://xmlblaster.org:8090/xmlBlaster/doc/doxygen/html/index.html)
there is menu differences :

xmlBlaster's menu : main page - namespace list - class hierarchy - compound list - file list - compound members - related pages
www1's menu : main page - packages - namespace list - class hierarchy - alphabetical list - compound list - file list - namepspace members - compound members - related pages


Heinrich Götzger a écrit:


for those of you who are interested in another source code documentation
system, try the new installed doxygen on our homepage. See the link in the
news. A link in the navi-bar comes soon.

Doxygen comes from: http://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen/
and uses Graphviz: http://www.graphviz.org/

Thanks to Dimitri van Heesch from doxygen and John Ellison and Stephen
North from graphviz for providing such nice tools.

There is a new file Doxygen in CVS which is the configfile for the
beginning. It might change and be improoved be you or us in the next time.
Doxygen creates a view files under the new directory
$XMLBLASTER_HOME/doxygen/html which can be accessed by the browser of your
choice (try to catch index.html ;-)

To be able to use doxygen in your own development environment get the two
tools from the links mentioned above and install them on your system.

best regards and have fun!


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