In html output "references" items are ignored, when
they are on the left side of an equation.
In the function checkIdent only "location"
and "workcenter" are referenced, but not equipment and
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This is quite a hard one, I don't really touch what is inside a
function body, so you can see what the original pascal
source was, rather than convert the whole thing to C++.
It may help you in the forthcoming v0.31 of pas2dox in that
function body is ommited by default. This should stop any
oddities in documentation generation that may occur.
There is now an experimental command line option in CVS
pas2dox.l, to convert a pascal function body to c++. It can
be enabled with -b.
I had wanted to resist converting function body statements,
because the project might move away from it's original goal
and start to become a pascal to c conversion tool.
also, I think it's nice for the pascal developer to see
pascal function body in Doxygen generated files, although I
accept your point that the doxygen references are then not
Hopefully we can find a happy medium.
Let me know how you get on with the -b option.