We use a cron job to build the API docs each night. It runs a makefile
directory to the output directory. The cron job then e-mails the Doxygen
log file to the interested parties. This all works quite well.
Adding necessary features is important, and IMHO, you do an awesome job
of maintaining Doxygen. It is also my humble opinion that it's important
to avoid bloat with features that are useful but are easily accomplished
with scripts or another part of the process. Sometimes it's a hard call,
everyone here is "very" impressed with this tool and its continual
Thanks Dimitri for all your good work!
[mailto:doxygen-users-admin@...] On Behalf Of Dimitri
Sent: Wednesday, July 28, 2004 11:05 AM
To: Gill, Martin S
Subject: Re: [Doxygen-users] Images in output
On Wed, Jul 28, 2004 at 02:57:20PM +0100, Gill, Martin S wrote:
> I'm trying to configure doxygen so that I can include my own images=20
> and styles in the output HTML.
> This needs to be done for multiple projects (read dozens) and I want=20
> some way of automating it.
> I've had not problems with the header and footer, and stylesheet, but=20
> what I cannot figure out is how to get doxygen to copy images I need=20
> into the output directory.
> For example, I want a logo in the header, and I want doxygen to copy=20
> this from a standard location into the output folder (like it does for
> the stylesheet, and it's own doxygen.png logo).
> Can anyone help me with this please?
This is basically a task for the "cp" command (aka "copy" on some
platforms). Just wrap it together a call to doxygen into a script and
ready you are. If you want something reusable you could extract the
output dir from the config file.
Of course I can build that functionality into doxygen via a=20
COPY_THESE_FILES_PLEASE option, but where does it end?
Next someone wants to receive a mail with the warnings generated by
doxygen, does doxygen need a built-in mail client as well?
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