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We're generating the documentation of our C++ sourcecode with Doxygen. The outputs are HTML files and a single QCH file, which can be loaded into QtAssistant.
Everything used to work ok, but unfortunately, when using a fairly new version of Doxygen (we're using latest stable ver 1.8.6 right now), there are many interactive elements on the generated HTML documentation pages, i.e. to show inherited methods, signals, etc.
2.) Does anybody know how to turn off these dynamic features in Doxygen, in order to get a usable QCH version?
3.) Any other suggesstions?
Example: By random googling if found this example page: http://fossies.org/dox/doxygen-1.8.6.src/classOutputGenerator.html
If you look at the "Public member functions inherited from" sections, you'll see the toggle button I mean, which doesn't work in QtAssistant. The source code for this says:
@<td onclick="java_script:toggleInherit('pub_methods_classBaseOutputDocInterface')" colspan="2">@
Oh and btw., I'm using Qt 4.8
I also posted on the doxygen-developers mailinglist here: https://sourceforge.net/p/doxygen/discussion/130996/thread/637e1d74/
Still, any comments welcome!
Update: I think I could verify two bugs in Doxygen. I posted them here https://sourceforge.net/p/doxygen/discussion/130996/thread/f30fd882/ and here https://sourceforge.net/p/doxygen/discussion/130996/thread/f30fd882/ . In the latter link, I explained how to fix this problem manually... So it's not a problem of Qt Assistant per se.