DoxygenPlugin

This plugin allows you to create links to classes within doxygen-generated documentation.

Syntax Rules

%DOX{classname[displayName] project="optionalProjectName"}%

Examples

syntax example result
%DOX{classname}% %DOX{nKernelServer}% nKernelServer [bad link?]
%DOX{classname}% %DOX{nebulacollide::nKernelClient::BadConnection}% nebulacollide::nKernelClient::BadConnection [bad link?]
%DOX{path/to/html}% %DOX{nebulacollide/html/collide_usage.html}% nebulacollide/html/collide_usage.html
%DOX{classname[displayName]}% %DOX{nKernelServer[The Kernel]}% The Kernel [bad link?]

Where classname is the case sensitive name of the class you wish to link to. For example nKernelServer [bad link?] creates a link like this nKernelServer [bad link?].

If you are using namespaces or nested classes, specific the fully qualified name with :: as you would referecing it in code as in the example above.

If you wish to link to a specific function or other API page, then you can use %DOX{path}% where path is the path to the html file relative to /doc/doxydoc/. For example if you wished to link to /doc/doxydoc/nebulacollide/html/collide_usage.html then you would type %DOX{nebulacollide/html/collide_usage.html}% to get a link like this nebulacollide/html/collide_usage.html.

To have the link display text other than the class name or file path, put the alternative text in square brackets like this %DOX{nKernelServer[The Kernel]}%, which would display as The Kernel [bad link?]

DoxygenPlugin Global Settings

Plugin settings are stored as preferences variables. To reference a plugin setting write %<plugin>_<setting>%, i.e. %DOXYGENPLUGIN_SHORTDESCRIPTION%

  • Set SHORTDESCRIPTION = Creates links to doxygen-generated docs using %DOX{classname}%.
    • Set DEBUG = 0

  • default project if repository isn't specified in the plugin parameters (case doesn't matter here because it all gets uppercased anyway)
    • Set PROJECT = Sat

Plugin Installation Instructions

Note: You do not need to install anything on the browser to use this plugin. The following instructions are for the administrator who installs the plugin on the server where TWiki is running.

  • Download the ZIP file from the Plugin web (see below)
  • Unzip DoxygenPlugin.zip in your twiki installation directory. Content:
    File: Description:
    data/TWiki/DoxygenPlugin.txt Plugin topic
    data/TWiki/DoxygenPlugin.txt,v Plugin topic repository
    data/TWiki/DoxygenPluginTests.txt Plugin topic tests
    data/TWiki/DoxygenPluginTests.txt,v Plugin topic tests repository
    lib/TWiki/Plugins/DoxygenPlugin.pm Plugin Perl module
  • (Dakar) Visit configure in your TWiki installation, and enable the plugin in the {Plugins} section.
  • Test if the installation was successful:
  • Other examples

Plugin Info

Plugin Author: TWiki:Main/WillNorris, TWiki:Main/LeafGarland
Plugin Version: 11 Jan 2007 (V1.1)
Change History:  
11 Jan 2007: Added support for namespaces and nested classes (TWiki:Main/RickMach)
01 Aug 2003: Initial version
CPAN Dependencies: none
Other Dependencies: doxygen
Perl Version: 5.005+
Plugin Home: http://TWiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Plugins/DoxygenPlugin
Feedback: http://TWiki.org/cgi-bin/view/Plugins/DoxygenPluginDev

Related Topics: TWikiPreferences, TWikiPlugins

-- TWiki:Main/WillNorris - 01 Aug 2003


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Topic revision: r2 - 2010-06-08 - 09:25:00 - JuanUribe
 

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