regis.perdreau at gmail.com
Thu Apr 30 02:06:42 UTC 2020
Yes i confirm there are some lacks in doxygen. I'm not able to generate
myself documentation. It will be interesting to generate uml diagram.
The doxygen process never ends on my computer. I'm trying to test
Sourcetrails which is recently opensourced. It looks better for me. My goal
would be to able to recognize easily design pattern, inheritance and where
add méthods without pain. For occasionnal self taught developper, it's
tricky to have global view of classes without a tool.
Le jeu. 30 avr. 2020 à 03:35, Olivier Hallot <olivier.hallot at libreoffice.org>
a écrit :
> Hi Michael
> Em 29/04/2020 13:39, Michael Stahl escreveu:
> > hi Olivier,
> > so you are unhappy with the current state? what in particular don't you
> > like about the API documentation?
> The way information is presented to the non-developer is sub-optimal.
> Pre-Doxygen sdk was much easier to navigate and get information as the
> ues cases below
> With installed sdk in his computer at
> Let's suppose I am a candidate to macro programming and want to
> Use case 1 : Search for ThisComponent -> no matches
> Use Case 2 : What are the methods/properties under getSheets() ?
> Answer : search for getSheets returns
> where it says
> Public Member Functions
> com::sun::star::sheet::XSpreadsheets getSheets ()
> returns the collection of sheets in the document. More...
> NO mention to methods and properties of the collection object.
> just 2 examples on how hard it is to get information currently.
> I remind that if this sdk/documentation should be improved, we can look
> to get a resource funded by Google, provided we format into a tech doc
> Kind regards
> Olivier Hallot
> LibreOffice Documentation Coordinator
> Comunidade LibreOffice
> Rio de Janeiro - Brasil - Local Time: UTC-03:00
> LibreOffice mailing list
> LibreOffice at lists.freedesktop.org
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the LibreOffice