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  • #16133

    Alexander

    Hi!

     

    I am trying to use “qdoc” for my project – however not for documenting my but instead just purely to create a tutorial about it. So I studied the qdoc-manual and tried out some simple things. However I was not able to produce actual HTML files out of it.

    I created a separate folder where everything following is stored.

    My .qdocconf file:

    
    outputdir   = ./html
    
    sourcedirs  = ./sources
    
    exampledirs = ./examples
    
    imagedirs = ./images
    
    outputformats = HTML

    And inside the the setup source directy (./sources), I placed a .qdoc file:

    /*!
    	\page test-tutorial.html tutorial
    	
    	\title Test Tutorial
    	
    	\brief BLLLLAAAAAA
    	
    	TEST TEXT TO FIND OUT
    	if this stuff works as intended.
    */

    And to create the HTML I open a CMD and navigate to the folder where the qdocconf file is located and execute:

    C:\SOMEPATH\tutorial>D:\Programming\FelgoSDK\5.8\mingw53_32\bin\qdoc test.qdocconf

    This does create “html” folder, containing an “images” folder and “.index” file BUT nothing else. Since there are also no errors printed on the CMD, I am not really sure what the problem is, since everything seems valid.

     

    Thx in advance for the help!

    #16140

    Günther
    Felgo Team

    Hi Alexander!

    Can you try also setting the file-extension of your sources that QDOC should parse? For example:

    sources.fileextensions  = *.qdoc
    

    Best,
    Günther

    #16141

    Alexander

    HI!

     

    Thx for the reply! Adding this line did the trick. I am just surprised since in QDOC manual, it is stated that .qdoc files are among the ones, which are recognized by default.

     

    Best

    Alexander

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