Eclox Doxygen frontend

Use the Doxygen code documentation framework in Eclipse.

Download Eclox Doxygen frontend 0.6.5 for EasyEclipse 1.3:

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Eclox is a Doxygen frontend plugin for Eclipse. It provides an integration of the code documentation process into eclipse: Features include graphical edition of doxyfile settings, integrated doxygen invocation and doxygen outputs logging.

There are currently 2 comments for this plugin. You can review them and add more here.

Installing this plugin

This plugin is in the EasyEclipse for C and C++ distribution.

You can also install it on any EasyEclipse distribution, because it has no dependencies.

Getting started

Help is available for this plugin, in the Help > Help Contents menu in EasyEclipse.

The Doxygen executable is included for Linux and Windows, but you will need to configure the plugin to use it. Open the "Preferences" dialog, and under "Doxygen", make sure that one of the bundled Doxygen installations is checked. On Mac, you should download and install Doxygen as a universal binary distribution on the Doxygen site. Then, in Eclipse, in the "Preferences" dialogs, under "Doxygen", add the path /Applications/Doxygen.app/Contents/Resources.

The help includes a very complete "Getting Started" section.

Useful links

Changelog

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.3.1:

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.3.0:

Credits and License

Credits: Guillaume Brocker

Copyright (C) 2003-2007 Guillaume Brocker

This plugin is licensed under the GNU General Public License 2.0 license.

        
    

2 Comments »

Comment by Hervé
2007-10-20 06:43:21

On this page we can read:
ou can also install it on any EasyEclipse distribution, because it has no dependencies.

But when I try to install it, I have this message:
Eclipse is installed at this location but this is not an EasyEclipse 1.3 installation.

So, may I can use it with the distribution for Php?

Bye,
Hervé

Comment by Philippe
2007-10-22 09:07:04

This is a warning. You can install it on top of any eclipse install (easyeclipse or not), but we have not tested it on a vanilla eclipse. When you have a plugin with no dep such as eclox, then you shoudl be fine. :-)
It will for sure work on top of an easyeclipse distro.

 
 
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