Sphinx extension to extract and insert Doxygen documentation.
It is intended to be fast and simple, though easily customizable.
Document generation (i.e. conversion between doxy-xml and reStructuredText) is driven by XML stylesheets (powered by lxml,) while indexing and selection of documentable entities is done by a SQL database (sqlite3.)
Here is an example project showing showing this extension in action.
Though usable, this extension is still under development. Backwards compatibility will be kept for all releases with the same major/minor version.
Be aware, however, that after updating this extension you may need to do a clean build of your docs to see the results.
- Reuse API docs made with Doxygen in a Sphinx project.
- Provide a smooth transition between 100% automatic API docs (what Doxygen generates) and semi-manual documentation (autodoc-style).
- Have sensible defaults for automatic documentation generation while allowing customization.
- Deal with big projects efficiently: the main tool in use now (Breathe) has resource usage issues when dealing with large XML files.
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