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Re: [cdt-dev] Re: doxygen

hi Andrew,

> Is it posible to enable doxygen on workspace level?

 yes, under
        Windows -> Preferences -> C/C++ -> Editor

> "doxygen" in filter yields no result.

I'll fix this for 5.1 under


> On Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 10:01 AM, Andrew Gvozdev <> wrote:

> Hi,
> Is it posible to enable doxygen on workspace level?
> The other day I was trying hard to find it in preferences. I checked
> all of them but failed. "doxygen" in filter yields no result. C/C++
> Development guide yields no result.  It was only today that I found
> how - in bugzilla, bug 243987, thanks to Andrew Ferguson (Project
> Properties -> C/C++ General -> Enable project specific settings ->
> choose doxygen). It may be benefitial to put the preference in more
> straightforward place.

> Is there any RTFM how to use doxygen feature in CDT? What does this
> setting let me do? Hoping I don't have to research old bugs in
> bugzilla to find out.

> Alright, found something on Wiki:
> It's brief but the pictures are expressful.

> Thanks,
> Andrew
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