Doxygen input filter for QML files
Doxyqml lets you use Doxygen to document your QML classes.
It integrates as a Doxygen input filter to turn .qml files into pseudo-C++ which Doxygen can then use to generate documentation.
Doxyqml uses the standard Python setup tools, so you can install it with pip:
pip3 install doxyqml
or manually with:
python3 setup.py install
Telling Doxygen to use Doxyqml
To tell Doxygen about Doxyqml you must make a few changes to your Doxygen configuration file.
Add the .qml extension to the
FILTER_PATTERNS = *.qml=doxyqml
Note: on Windows Doxyqml installs itself in the
Scriptsfolder of your Python installation. If this folder is not in the PATH, either add it or use the full path to Doxyqml here (but that is less portable across machines)
Add the .qml extension to
FILE_PATTERNS = *.qml
Since Doxygen 1.8.8, you must also add the .qml extension to
EXTENSION_MAPPING = qml=C++
QML is partially-typed: functions are untyped, properties and signals are. Doxyqml provides a way to define types when they are missing or not precise enough.
Functions in QML are untyped, but you can define types in the documentation like this:
/** * Create a user * @param type:string firstname User firstname * @param type:string lastname User lastname * @param type:int User age * @return type:User The User object */ function createUser(firstname, lastname, age);
QML properties are typed, so Doxyqml uses them by default. You can nevertheless
overwrite the type using the same
type:<name> syntax. This is useful to
document property aliases:
/** type:string The user lastname */ property alias lastname: someObject.text
QML signals are typed, so there is no need to use the
type:<name> syntax to
document their parameters. Using
type:<name> syntax in signal documentation
will not work: Doxyqml won't strip it out and Doxygen will confuse it with the
/** * User just logged in * @param user The user which logged in */ signal loggedIn(User user)
Extracting internal elements
QML elements with an id are exported as private member variables. If you
EXTRACT_PRIVATE Doxygen keys to
these elements will be visible in the generated documentation.
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