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               kdoc [-DqpieaP] [-f format] [-n libname] [-d outdir] [-u url] [-l lib]

               kdoc [--help]

               kdoc [--version]


       KDOC uses specially formatted comments in your C++ headers
       and CORBA IDL files to create cross-referenced documenta­
       tion in various formats.

       KDOC can also correctly handle "signal" and "slot" speci­
       fiers as used by the Qt GUI Toolkit.


               kdoc -f html -d /home/web/komdoc -n kom *.idl
               kdoc -d /home/web/kdecore
                       -u "http://www.mydomain/kdecore/"
                       -n kdecore ~/kdelibs/kdecore/*.h -lqt


       --stdin, -i
           Read the filenames to process from standard input.
           Ignored if filenames are specified at the command

       --format <string>, -f <string>
           Generate output in the specific format. This can be
           used many times to generate documentation in multiple
           formats. The default format is "html".

           See the OUTPUT FORMAT OPTIONS section for a list of
           available formats.

       --outputdir <path>, -d <path>
           Write output in the specified path.

       --url <url>, -u <url>
           The URL which will be used for links when cross-refer­
           encing with this library.

       --name <string>, -n <string>
           Set the name of the library being processed, eg
           "kdecore" If no name is set, no index file is pro­

       --xref <library>, -l <library>
           Cross-reference with the specified library. This will
           allow referencing of classes etc that exist in the
           linked library. This option can be specified multiple

           Unless --liboutdir is specified (see below), the gen­
           erated .kdoc file will be written to the first path
           specified with this option.

       --liboutdir <path>
           Set the directory where newly created xref libraries
           (see above) will be written. The default is the lib­

       --compress, -z
           Compress generated KDOC index files with gzip to save

       --private, -p
           Document all private members. These are not documented
           by default.

       --skip-internal, -i
           Do not document internal members. They are documented
           as internal by default.

       --skip-deprecated, -e
           Do not document deprecated members. They are docu­
           mented as deprecated by default.

           Strip the path from the filenames in the output.


       --cpp, -P
           Pass each source file through the C preprocessor. Cur­
           rently g++ is required for this, but this requirement
           will change before 2.0. Directories for inclusion in
           the preprocessor header search path can be specified
           via the -I option.

           Parse files that are included by the preprocessor
           #include macro.  This is off by default.

       -cppcmd <command>, -C <command>
           Specify the preprocessor command that will be used.
           The default is:

                   g++ -Wp,-C -E

           All specified -I paths will be appended to the com­
           mand. This option quietly enables the -P option.

       --includedir <path>, -I <path>
           Add a directory to the preprocessor's header search
           Output documentation in texinfo format. You must set
           the library name with the -n option for the output to
           be generated.

           Output documentation in the DocBook SGML format. You
           must set the library name with the -n option for the
           output to be generated.

           Print a report about the documentation, eg undocu­
           mented classes and functions.

       Output format modifiers

       --html-css <url>
           In HTML format, the stylesheet specified by this
           option will be used by the generated documentation.

       --html-cols <1, 2 ..>
           In HTML format, set the number of columns for the
           Class Index.

       --html-logo <image url>
           In HTML format, specify the logo image to display on
           every page.  It will appear to the left of the quick



       *.kdoc, *.kdoc.gz
           These are files that contain information about a
           library that has been processed with kdoc. It is read
           for cross-referencing with other libraries when the -l
           option is used.

           The .gz extension signifies gzipped cross-reference
           files. kdoc is capable of reading these, and generates
           them when the -z option is used.


           If this is set, it is used as the default for the
           directory where generated cross-reference index files
           are saved. See also the --libdir option.


       See qt2kdoc for info on linking with the Qt docs, and
       makekdedoc for info on generating documentation for the
       KDE libraries.

2.0a54                      2001-05-20                    KDOC(1)

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