Generating custom doxygen documentation for stl

Discussion in 'C++' started by Let_Me_Be, Sep 22, 2006.

  1. Let_Me_Be

    Let_Me_Be Guest

    Hi, helping our C/C++ teacher and would like to modify the curent
    website of this two classes.

    What I would like to include is doxygen generated documentation for stl
    classes (and link it with the website, so students could find needed
    details).

    I found the tarballs on internet but they are ugly, co I would like to
    modify the to suit my needs. Any ideas where to start, what to
    download, and how to create the documentation?

    P.S. I know that there are websites with nice STL references, but I
    need something localy stored.

    Thx for hints...
     
    Let_Me_Be, Sep 22, 2006
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