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RE: graphviz (and doxygen?)
- From: "Gareth Pearce" <tilps at hotmail dot com>
- To: <cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 02:17:42 +1000
- Subject: RE: graphviz (and doxygen?)
> > Gareth Pearce wrote on Thursday, September 25, 2003 2:05 PM:
> > >Also - I'm willing to (try to)update (and maintain there after) -
> > >doxygen Preferably with graphviz to go with it. This is assuming that
> > >the position is open. I've built 1.3.4 - and run it over a 90thousand
> > >line project - using graphvis 1.10.0 'dot' - haven't noticed anything
> > >odd yet.
> > did you also tried to run it, if your sources and the config are located
> > on a text mount? The old version gave hundreds of errors concerning a
> > valid font, while the same sources (converted to Unix style) run fine
> > a binary mount.
> I created a textmounted dir /textmount - copied my source files in there.
> I used nano to save as dos, for a couple of source files and for my
> I get no errors from the doxygen run itself - unless I turn HAS_DOT on.
> However the web pages have no pictures. It looks like its writing the
> pictures to file without setting binary flag.
> I'll see what I can find.
Somewhat amusing little bug - the code correctly supports textmode - if the
#define had of been in the file with the #ifdef that dependend on it...
It appears I have a nice working version, works on text/binary mounts -
'dot' is working with both now too. (I think it was being fed corrupt data
So shall I package it up?