Hi, my days are neck-deep in source code. I was wondering if there was a way (or, could be a way) to import a ctags file and/or a doxygen documentation database?
The doxygen imports as HTML already, but there’s almost no organization to it. Even if I could just get the directories turned into folders (the HTML flattens it out to one folder (/html)), it’d be great. I guess I can scan doxygen’s docs for some way to unflatten it…
Also, for even smallish size projects (500KLOC), I’ve gotten a few good spinning beachballs with DT when hitting ‘See Also’.
But, CTAGS is really what makes me happy in the morning. If I could just import the source I’m analyzing into DT, and get my ctags db in, it’d work very wiki-like.
I really just want to be able to easily browse source code use DT on it naturally. Quick browsing, quick annotation, classification, search, etc. But, nobody’s asking y’all to write a parser for everyone’s favorite languages (and you don’t want to see my c++ template metaprograms ), so just some way to use an existing tool to import data for DT’s consumption.
Please don’t say I have to parse ctags files in applescript shudder.