[Qgis-developer] New CSS for API documentation site
matthias at opengis.ch
Tue Mar 29 09:37:32 PDT 2016
I think the api docs are built and updated nightly on an external server.
It's best to just do a pull request and include some screenshots. This
way everybody can have a look, give feedback and review the changes.
Doxygen will probably be at an appropriate version on almost any builder
out there. And for others it will be easy enough not to build docs or
update their doxygen.
On 29/03/16 17:35, Tom Chadwin wrote:
> I've now locally tested running doxygen against QGIS master source,
> specifying this file as HTML_EXTRA_STYLESHEET (I've changed which directory
> it's in):
> I've made some additions and changes as a result. Most importantly, I've
> removed all the colour declarations, instead setting the doxygen parameter
> HTML_COLORSTYLE_HUE to 113 (QGIS green). I've edited my fork's Doxyfile to
> specify those two paramaters:
> Is Doxygen run as part of the build process, or is it run manually? In other
> words, can I bump Doxygen in my fork, or do I just make a PR now with the
> changed Doxyfile and additional CSS file? I can't find the Doxygen run
> script in the repo.
> The output definitely needs more testing and second opinions.
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