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Doxygen Perl Filter on Windowsby BAJA (Novice)
|on Dec 27, 2011 at 03:58 UTC||Need Help??|
BAJA has asked for the
wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:
I have installed correctly this filter:
But I cannot manage to make it work. Doxygen is working fine because I can generate the documentation of some old C++ projects. I think is something when configuring the filter where I'm lost.
I know that most people here use linux, but I'm force to work under windows.
What I need to just a list of the functions/methods/subroutines inside a bunch of pl file. Those file are poorly documented and completely disorganized. So, at least I trying to so I trying to create some documentation that at least gives a little bit of order and much better presentation, and having everyone surfing with CTRL+F in the file to look for some function/method/subroutine.
Sadly I will need to use structural commands, but I'm lost how to make them work with this filter. I have never used one before.
If someone has set up correctly this filter under a windows environment and can lend a hand with this. I'll appreciated very much.