Suggestions for documentation generation?

Michael Ekstrand lists at
Thu Mar 2 15:33:30 CET 2006

On 2 Mar 2006 04:06:17 -0800
"kpd" <kevin.dahlhausen at> wrote:
> Thanks - I took at both. Also at 'percepts', which I used a long time
> ago (had forgotten about  it). Percepts has a great little java applet
> for viewing the class hierarchy.  I don't think it works for python,
> just C++ though.  Looks like doxygen will fit the bill.

An excellent choice IMHO.

Doxygen has recently added support for Python, so if there is
pure-Python code interfacing with the rest of your work, that can be
documented also.

- Michael

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