make apidox-am-yes looks in /home/apidox/public/cvs-api/
Steven T. Hatton
hattons at globalsymmetry.com
Fri Feb 20 02:48:06 UTC 2004
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On Thursday 19 February 2004 05:19 am, Amilcar do Carmo Lucas wrote:
> Have you configured KDevelop like this?
> ./configure --enable-debug=full --prefix=$KDEDIR
> does $KDEDIR/share/doc/HTML/en/kdelibs-apidocs exist?
I can be pretty bone-headed at times, but I *did* check that.
Thu Feb 19 20:35:08:> ls $KDEDIR/share/doc/HTML/en/kdelibs-apidocs
arts doxygen.png kate kdeui kmdi kwallet search.html
common index.html kdecore khtml kparts libkmid
dcop interfaces kdefx kio kresources pages.html
doxygen.css kabc kdeprint kjs kutils qt
I don't know what should be in there, but the HTML pages I get from links off
the index.html seem to all have good local links to API documentation. This
is the SuSE provided installation.
The one I built myself only has the directory structure. There are no regular
files. Doxygen has clearly not been run. I looked at each of the component
directories in the KDE konstruct tree, and found they have an admin
directory, and all the standard Makefile.cvs stuff. I hate to go in and
start messing with it at that level. It's probably not worth the effort. If
konstruct had an option for building the docs from the top, I would give it a
The only things I gain from getting this working, as I understand it, are
(local) indexing, and a better understanding of how the documentation system
works. I suspect KDevelop is looking for a specific kind of file in the
documentation root directory.
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