make apidox-am-yes looks in /home/apidox/public/cvs-api/

Steven T. Hatton hattons at
Thu Feb 19 01:05:08 UTC 2004

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On Wednesday 18 February 2004 06:39 pm, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas wrote:
> Steven T. Hatton wrote:
> >Is this normal output from make apidox?
> Yes, it is the normal output (errors) for when you do not have KDElibs
> API documentation.
> >  I have some of the documentation,
> >but things such as Architecture seem to be missing, as do all the icons. 
> > The collaboration diagrams seem to have come through ok for the documents
> > that were built.  Is it possibly a problem with not having all the docs
> > for KDE on my hard drive?
> Yeap, this are the symptoms of not having KDElibs API documentation
> installed.
> > If I'm installing kdevelop to a different directory than
> >$KDEDIR, will that mess up my docs?
> No I think it should be OK.
> We have On-line API documentation build with the latest doxygen and
> latest QT and latest KDElibs API doc.
> This on-line documentation is automatically build from CVS every 24H.
> More details:
> (take a
> look at the fist diagram on this page).
> Why do you want to have the documentation locally?

At this point?  So I can figure out how to make it work.  I have the entire 
KDE built in a separate directory from konstruct, but I can't find any way to 
make the documentation from the the Makefiles and config files provided.  I'm 
hunting around on the KDE site, but so far have not found it.  It's not that 
big of a deal, I guess, but I also think it is only a question of knowing 
what directory to cd to and what to pass to make.

> Regards,

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