[Libreoffice] Doxygen for C/C++ URE Documentation

Alexander Thurgood alex.thurgood at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 08:17:11 PST 2012

Hi Christian,

Le 09/01/12 16:34, Christian Lohmaier a écrit :
> Yes, and that's why I wrote it is required for release-builds. But
> unless you publish your LibreOffice SDK/ODK package for download, then
> you are free to build the ODK without generated documentation. So when
> you build you can: * skip building the SDK/ODK altogether:
> --disable-odk (that's what most devs will use, along
> --disable-binfilter) * build the SDK/ODK, but without generated
> documentation: --without-doxygen The resulting package is perfectly
> fine for your personal use and will work to develop extensions, but
> doesn't contain the html-documentation and hence not suitable for
> distribution. * build the SDK/ODK with the generated documentation:
> Only this requires doxygen installed on the buildsystem. An extension
> developer doesn't need to build LibreOffice - he/she can just download
> the SDK from www.libreoffice.org and won't need doxygen. ciao Christian 

Thanks for that information. If I understand correctly, it means that if
I want to keep on distributing the mysql connector extension on the
extensions site with any associated documentation, then I need to
install doxygen.


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