This is a perl script that uses KDOC to generate documentation for
kdelibs. A ``rule'' file is used to figure out the libraries to document,
the order in which to document them and the libraries with which each
one will be cross-referenced (eg kdeui uses -lkdecore). See the section on "FILES"
for more info.
NOTE: The script assumes that you have already generated a Qt
cross-reference using qt2kdoc.
Defaults for each option are in square brackets.
Specify the libraries to document. By default, all libraries defined by
the rule file are documented.
---outputdir <path>, -d <path>
The directory where the output will be written.[`cwd`/srcdoc]
---url <url>, -u <url>
The base URL by which the generated docs will be accessed. For
example, if your web server is configured to use $HOME/public_html for
your home page, you could set the outputdir to $HOME/public_html/srcdoc
and the url to http://myhost/~mylogin/srcdoc. [output dir]
---rule-file <path>, -r <path>
The path to the rule file to use for generating the documentation.
---libdir <path>, -L <path>
The directory in which the KDOC cross-reference files are
stored. [$KDOCLIBS if set, otherwise $HOME/.kdoc]
---kdoc <path>, -k <path>
The path to the kdoc program. [kdoc]
---kdocopt <options>, -p <options>
Extra options to be passed to kdoc.
---srcdir <path>, -b <path>
The path to the kdelibs source, eg ``$HOME/baseline/kdelibs''. [`cwd`]
This file lists the directories in the source directory to document. It
also lists the files to document from each directory, and the libraries
with which to cross-reference the generated documentation. Here is a small
example that documents two libraries and links the second to the first.
# makekdedoc rule file
doc_MODULES = eenie meenie
# rules for eenie
eenie_FILES = *.h
eenie_LIBS = -lqt