[PATCH 3/9] doc: preserve links produced by Doxygen
Jon A. Cruz
jonc at osg.samsung.com
Wed Nov 26 00:38:20 PST 2014
On 11/25/2014 11:52 PM, Pekka Paalanen wrote:
> I'd be interested in hearing how we end up with
> a) missing targets, and b) duplicate targets.
> Could missing targets be fixed by documenting things that are not yet
> documented? If yes, that would probably be nice.
> If we ever get duplicate targets, then obviously some links point to
> wrong things, because they cannot differentiate between the two
> different targets of the same id. Is there something we could do in the
> actual documentation to fix these? E.g. do we accidentally have two
> different documentation blocks for a same thing, and merging them
> would fix it?
> Or are duplicates perhaps due to us having, say, struct wl_display a
> different thing on server vs. client?
> I'm adding Jon to CC, since he seems interested in things XML and docs.
Definitely sounds like something I can track down and address (since I'm
experienced with xslt, doxygen, etc). At the very least I should be able
to spot the worst blockers.
One step might be to get anything that is truly undocumented replaced
with doxygen todo tags so we get a build without warnings but can still
get a list of items to fix fully at some later time.
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