a little update on the problem, after documenting allot of structures
earlier this week. I noticed that the in the alphabetic listing of the
structures, the sorting order OK is. Which is rather strange because even
those structures have that companylibrary_ prefix.So it seems that the code
to do that is already present in doxygen, I was wondering if it is possible
to use that code also for function names, but I don't know the languages
used in doxygen. I'll have a close looker at code of doxygen somewhere this
weekend. But a little hint where that code could be, would be a nice
And yes I'm also on a Unix platform, and that sdk must run under 4
platforms. Part of the task is also get rid of the visual studio solution
files and use make files with eclipse as IDE.
Peter De Zutter
On 1/13/06, Nick MacDonald <nickmacd@...> wrote:
> I can't answer your specific question, but I if no better suggestion
> comes forward, perhaps you could find some utility (or if you're on
> Unix you could probably do it yourself in Perl, AWK, SED, etc..) that
> can just make a copy of your source and remove that prefix whereever
> it is found?
> Good luck...
> On 1/13/06, Peter De Zutter <goanookie@...> wrote:
> > I've been assigned to document a sdk, with doxygen, and I did see the
> > prefix in the config file. But this is only for namespaces and classes,
> > according to the documentation.
> > Since all function-, union-, structsnames are prepended with NameOfSdk_=
> > was wondering if there was a way to ignore that prefix, so that the
> > alphabetic list is correct instead of everything under the character N?
> Nick MacDonald
I have plenty of common sense,
I just choose to ignore it.