additional doxygen pages

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Thu May 6 17:18:28 EDT 2004

Neil Williams <linux at> writes:

> Debian has a nice tool:
> texi2html
> I'm really snowed under at the moment but it's not a big job. Anyone else have 
> Debian or this tool? Shall I just do this when I can? 

I've got a copy on my machine.  It's part of the standard tetex
package.  It would be nice if there were still a consistent place
for all the docs.

I could automate the texi2html conversion, too, but....

> Search engine is coming along fine, BTW. So far, I've indulged my fondness for 
> strict HTML onto the gnucash template and formed an exact match that doesn't 
> require deprecated tags (font) or structures (tables for presentation not 
> data) using a little extra CSS. I've got the search engine code in and it's 
> just a case of adapting it to the new paths. 
> Not ready to commit via CVS yet (been out at work all day) and I've been 
> unexpectedly called out to paid work again tomorrow. Expect first version on 
> Saturday.

That's fine.  Once you commit the initial code I can work on the
ability to copy it into the web server area.  I've got the script in
hand, so just need to plug it in once we decide where on the web
server it needs to live.  Then we need to add appropriate links to
enable the searches.  :)

> Could do the texi2html early next week?

I'm wondering if this would be better/worse than converting to
a doxygen-based format..  I don't know.  Right now it will build
.info and .ps, but not .html in the tree...

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