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Using QDoc does not work at all
excalibur1491 last edited by
I have been working on a project for a fesw months and I would like to generate a documentation from the sources. I know that QDoc is used to do it but I can not make ir work! I have checked on the internet and have lloked for examples of qdocconf files and this is mine:
project = pfa
version = 1.0
language = Cpp
headerdirs = ../src/
sourcedirs = ../src/
sources.fileextensions = "*.cpp *.cc *.h *.hpp *.qml *.qdoc .mm"
examples.fileextensions = ".cpp *.cc *.h *.hpp *.js *.qml *.xq *.svg *.xml *.ui *.qhp *.qhcp"
exampledirs = ../srcTest
outputdir = ./html
outputformats = HTML
It's pretty simple, but it still does not work! I don't understand why.
When I run qdoc3 pfa.qdocconf I get this on my html folder:
--used -in-examples (empty dir)
-scripts (empty dir)
-style (empty dir)
and in those two files there isn't much (2 lines of xml)..
Maaaks last edited by
I have the same problem. Have you found a solution?
Doxygen is recommended as a tool to develop documentation of Qt projects. qdoc is an internal tool used by Qt Project.