[Freeswitch-dev] [Freeswitch-users] Doxygen help

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon Feb 22 08:34:50 PST 2010

I bet someone would donate a shell account or VM somewhere so you can keep
your work in a safe place.

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 10:22 AM, Michael Collins <msc at freeswitch.org>wrote:

> On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 2:00 AM, Muhammad Shahzad <
> shaheryarkh at googlemail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Its a quite embarrassing to admit that i could completed that work, not
>> even able to submit what was done to FS trunk due to my own stupidity.
>> Actually, we are having major power crisis in the country for last 1 years
>> and most of power cuts are so long that even best UPS systems can't ensure
>> 24/7 up time for our servers. About 3 months ago the development server i
>> was working on for FS Docs was hit by this problem and its hard disk
>> crashed, destroying all my hard work on FS Docs and mod_msn. It was my
>> mistake that i didn't arrange for proper backup for my work due to shortage
>> of resources and didn't inform the FS developers community about the loss.
>> I want to restart this work but don't want to take the lead on this due to
>> issues described above. If you can arrange a common server for FS docs
>> development then i can submit my work to you which you can test on this dev
>> server before committing it to FS Trunk.
>> Second option is that i work on a single file, test it on my laptop and
>> immediately submit it to FS trunk. But this could cause problem for end
>> users (developers using FS doxygen docs) as many hyper links connected to
>> undocumented files won't work till their docs are done and uploaded.
>> We also need to decide on,
>> 1. What Doxygen version to use? i use Archlinux which has the latest 1.6.x
>> version, I can downgrade it to 1.4.x.
>> 2. What format of documentation to adopt? I think currently we have HTML
>> format only, but Doxygen can also generate PDF and CHM formats.
>> Thank you.
>> If there is a compelling reason to use 1.6 then let's use it, but if not
> let's just stick with 1.4. As far as formats, HTML is definitely the most
> useful. I don't know that PDF or CHM is very useful for this kind of thing.
> Thanks! And sorry to hear about your computer and power woes. Hope you
> recover soon.
> -MC
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