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Re: doxygen in .h files and make tags

From: Ralf Wildenhues
Subject: Re: doxygen in .h files and make tags
Date: Sat, 6 Feb 2010 17:48:45 +0100
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.20 (2009-10-28)

* Steffen Dettmer wrote on Tue, Feb 02, 2010 at 01:44:50PM CET:
> On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 11:39 PM, wrote:
> > I think cscope can parse declarations as well; git Automake
> > provides a 'make cscope' rule.
> address@hidden:/tmp/steffen_exp/new-autotools/systest_exp # make cscope
> make: *** No rule to make target `cscope'.  Stop.
> address@hidden:/tmp/steffen_exp/new-autotools/systest_exp # grep -i scope Mak*
> address@hidden:/tmp/steffen_exp/new-autotools/systest_exp # head -1 Makefile
> # generated by automake 1.11.1 from

> What do I wrong?

1.11.1 is not git master.  This feature will appear in the 1.12 release.

> > I don't think either of those distinguish between functions
> > that you also define and those that you don't define, but why
> > should you declare functions from third parties?
> Typically, when the headers do not compile, clash, use wrong
> types, are missing `const' qualifiers or generate warnings (if
> files should not be changed, and only one or very very few
> declarations of it are needed).
> But back to `make tags', how it is intended to be used, should
> users have something like `export ETAGS_ARGS=--declarations' in
> their ~/.profile? But this does not work (does not influence

You could use `make -e', but that has typically causes problems.

> Is there something like `./configure ETAGS_ARGS=--declarations'
> (which unfortunately does not work with autoconf-2.65)?

Well, you could AC_SUBST([ETAGS_ARGS]) in your,
but then you'd require users of non-GNU make to set it already
at configure time or use `make -e'.


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