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Re: Introductory text for Doxygen-generated API documentation

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: 2007-11-07 20:53:48 CET

Daniel Rall wrote:
> While I agree that this text is a valuable addition, I really dislike
> having it in svn_client.h (since it is applicable to a much broader
> scope than svn_client.h). On IRC yesterday, we discussed using a
> separate header file instead.

We did. I went ahead and committed it, but we can move it around (or
change the text) as we see fit.

We really don't have a single, all-inclusive "svn.h" header file, which
would be the ideal place to put something like this. Going through the
Doxygen manual, it appears that the introduction just needs to be
anywhere in the list of files which we document. In our case, these are
the public header files: subversion/include/*.h

I have no objection to putting this text somewhere else in one of our
other public header files. I think creating a separate file just for
this purpose is a bit overkill. This is a limitation of the tool, which
we need to work around.

Any suggestions?


Received on Wed Nov 7 20:54:04 2007

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