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[SOLVED]How the POCO's API document was generated?

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[SOLVED]How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby panovr » 11 May 2012, 13:28

Hi,
when I exploring POCO's API document, I want to say that I like its structure and presentation.

Others C++ projects are using Doxygen to generate API document automatically, it seems that POCO's document is not generated by Doxygen.

So my question: How the POCO's document was generated, by its custom document generator?

Thanks!
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Re: How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby alex » 13 May 2012, 22:50

See PocoDoc.
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Re: How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby panovr » 14 May 2012, 11:32

Thanks alex, and I also found the PocoDoc information from your blog.

I'm looking forward to POCO 1.5 release, especially POCO::JSON library and PocoDoc generator.

Thanks for this wonderful library, and the work for inclusion of POCO into the C++ standard!
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Re: How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby marlowabnp » 16 May 2012, 09:25

panovr wrote:Thanks for this wonderful library, and the work for inclusion of POCO into the C++ standard!

What parts of POCO are going into the C++ standard? I was not aware of any.
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Re: How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby fbraem » 16 May 2012, 13:55

marlowabnp wrote:What parts of POCO are going into the C++ standard? I was not aware of any.

Read more about this in the blog article of Alex.
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Re: How the POCO's API document was generated?

Postby marlowabnp » 17 May 2012, 10:43

fbraem wrote:
marlowabnp wrote:What parts of POCO are going into the C++ standard? I was not aware of any.

Read more about this in the blog article of Alex.

Thanks. This looks good to me. I hope that poco wins over boost asio. IMO the poco classes are much better; they are simpler (no template mania) and provide a useful and usable interface. When do the poco people plan to make another WG21 meeting?
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