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doxygen - documentation system for various programming languages
Doxygen is a documentation system for C++, C, Java, Objective-C, IDL (Corba and Microsoft flavors), Fortran, Python, VHDL and to some extent PHP, C#, and D. You can use doxygen in a number of ways: 1) Use doxygen to generate a template configuration file: doxygen [-s] -g [configName] 2) Use doxygen to update an old configuration file: doxygen [-s] -u [configName] 3) Use doxygen to generate documentation using an existing configuration file: doxygen [configName] 4) Use doxygen to generate a template file controlling the layout of the generated documentation: doxygen -l [layoutFileName] In case layoutFileName is omitted layoutFileName.xml will be used as filename. If - is used for layoutFileName doxygen will write to standard output. 5) Use doxygen to generate a template style sheet file for RTF, HTML or Latex. RTF: doxygen -w rtf styleSheetFile HTML: doxygen -w html headerFile footerFile styleSheetFile [configFile] LaTeX: doxygen -w latex headerFile footerFile styleSheetFile [configFile] 6) Use doxygen to generate an rtf extensions file RTF: doxygen -e rtf extensionsFile If - is used for extensionsFile doxygen will write to standard output. 7) Use doxygen to compare the used configuration file with the template configuration file doxygen -x [configFile] 8) Use doxygen to show a list of built-in emojis. doxygen -f emoji outputFileName If - is used for outputFileName doxygen will write to standard output. If -s is specified the comments in the config file will be omitted. If configName is omitted `Doxyfile' will be used as a default. If - is used for configFile doxygen will write / read the configuration to /from standard output / input.
Doxygen version 1.9.1, Copyright Dimitri van Heesch 1997-2019
doxywizard(1). Please consider installing the doxygen-doc package as it contains additional documentation on how to use doxygen.