Shared admin folder
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
 
 
 
 

888 lines
22 KiB

#! /bin/sh
#
# doxygen.sh Copyright (C) 2005 by Adriaan de Groot
# Based on some code from Doxyfile.am, among other things.
# License: GPL version 2.
# See file COPYING in kdelibs for details.
echo "*** doxygen.sh"
# Recurse handling is a little complicated, since normally
# subdir (given on the command-line) processing doesn't recurse
# but you can force it to do so.
recurse=1
recurse_given=NO
use_modulename=1
cleanup=YES
while test -n "$1" ; do
case "x$1" in
"x--no-cleanup" )
cleanup=NO
;;
"x--no-recurse" )
recurse=0
recurse_given=YES
;;
"x--recurse" )
recurse=1
recurse_given=YES
;;
"x--no-modulename" )
use_modulename=0
;;
"x--modulename" )
use_modulename=1
;;
"x--help" )
echo "doxygen.sh usage:"
echo "doxygen.sh [--no-recurse] [--no-modulename] <srcdir> [<subdir>]"
exit 2
;;
x--doxdatadir=* )
DOXDATA=`echo $1 | sed -e 's+--doxdatadir=++'`
;;
x--installdir=*)
PREFIX=`echo $1 | sed -e 's+--installdir=++'`
;;
x--* )
echo "Unknown option: $1"
exit 1
;;
* )
top_srcdir="$1"
break
;;
esac
shift
done
### Sanity check the mandatory "top srcdir" argument.
if test -z "$top_srcdir" ; then
echo "Usage: doxygen.sh <top_srcdir>"
exit 1
fi
if test ! -d "$top_srcdir" ; then
echo "top_srcdir ($top_srcdir) is not a directory."
exit 1
fi
### Normalize top_srcdir so it is an absolute path.
if expr "x$top_srcdir" : "x/" > /dev/null ; then
# top_srcdir is absolute already
:
else
top_srcdir=`cd "$top_srcdir" 2> /dev/null && pwd`
if test ! -d "$top_srcdir" ; then
echo "top_srcdir ($top_srcdir) is not a directory."
exit 1
fi
fi
### Sanity check and guess QTDOCDIR.
if test -z "$QTDOCDIR" ; then
if test -z "$QTDIR" ; then
for i in /usr/X11R6/share/doc/qt/html
do
QTDOCDIR="$i"
test -d "$QTDOCDIR" && break
done
else
for i in share/doc/qt/html doc/html
do
QTDOCDIR="$QTDIR/$i"
test -d "$QTDOCDIR" && break
done
fi
fi
if test -z "$QTDOCDIR" || test ! -d "$QTDOCDIR" ; then
if test -z "$QTDOCDIR" ; then
echo "* QTDOCDIR could not be guessed."
else
echo "* QTDOCDIR does not name a directory."
fi
if test -z "$QTDOCTAG" ; then
echo "* QTDOCDIR set to \"\""
QTDOCDIR=""
else
echo "* But I'll use $QTDOCDIR anyway because of QTDOCTAG."
fi
fi
### Get the "top srcdir", also its name, and handle the case that subdir "."
### is given (which would be top_srcdir then, so it's equal to none-given
### but no recursion either).
###
# top_srcdir="$1" # Already set by options processing
if test -f $top_srcdir/.tdescminfo; then
module_name=`sed -n "s|^Name: ||p" $top_srcdir/.tdescminfo | xargs -r basename`
else
module_name=`basename "$top_srcdir"`
module_name=`echo "$module_name" | awk -F '-' '{print $1}'`
fi
subdir="$2"
if test "x." = "x$subdir" ; then
subdir=""
if test "x$recurse_given" = "xNO" ; then
recurse=0
fi
fi
if test "x" != "x$subdir" ; then
# If no recurse option given explicitly, default to
# no recurse when processing subdirs given on the command-line.
if test "x$recurse_given" = "xNO" ; then
recurse=0
fi
fi
if test -z "$DOXDATA" || test ! -d "$DOXDATA" ; then
if test -n "$DOXDATA" ; then
echo "* \$DOXDATA is '$DOXDATA' which does not name a directory"
fi
DOXDATA="$top_srcdir/doc/common"
fi
if test ! -d "$DOXDATA" ; then
echo "* \$DOXDATA does not name a directory ( or is unset ), tried \"$DOXDATA\""
exit 1
fi
if test -n "$PREFIX" && test ! -d "$PREFIX" ; then
echo "* \$PREFIX does not name a directory, tried \"$PREFIX\""
echo "* \$PREFIX is disabled."
PREFIX=""
fi
### We need some values from top-level files, which
### are not preserved between invocations of this
### script, so factor it out for easy use.
create_doxyfile_in()
{
eval `grep 'VERSION="' "$top_srcdir/admin/cvs.sh"`
echo "PROJECT_NUMBER = $VERSION" > Doxyfile.in
grep '^KDE_INIT_DOXYGEN' "$top_srcdir/configure.in.in" | \
sed -e 's+[^[]*\[\([^]]*\)+PROJECT_NAME = "\1"+' \
-e 's+].*++' >> Doxyfile.in
}
apidoxdir="$module_name"-apidocs
test "x$use_modulename" = "x0" && apidoxdir="apidocs"
### If we're making the top subdir, create the structure
### for the apidox and initialize it. Otherwise, just use the
### structure assumed to be there.
if test -z "$subdir" ; then
if test ! -d "$apidoxdir" ; then
mkdir "$apidoxdir" > /dev/null 2>&1
fi
cd "$apidoxdir" > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo "Cannot create and cd into $apidoxdir"
exit 1
}
test -f "Doxyfile.in" || create_doxyfile_in
# Copy in logos and the like
for i in "favicon.ico" "kde_gear_64.png"
do
cp "$DOXDATA/$i" . > /dev/null 2> /dev/null
done
for i in "$top_srcdir/doc/api/Dox-"*.png
do
T=`basename "$i" | sed -e 's+Dox-++'`
test -f "$i" && cp "$i" "./$T" > /dev/null 2> /dev/null
done
top_builddir="."
srcdir="$1"
subdir="."
else
cd "$apidoxdir" > /dev/null 2>&1 || {
echo "Cannot cd into $apidoxdir -- maybe you need to"
echo "build the top-level dox first."
exit 1
}
if test "x1" = "x$recurse" ; then
# OK, so --recurse was requested
if test ! -f "subdirs.top" ; then
echo "* No subdirs.top available in the $apidoxdir."
echo "* The --recurse option will be ignored."
recurse=0
fi
fi
fi
### Read a single line (TODO: support \ continuations) from the Makefile.am.
### Used to extract variable assignments from it.
extract_line()
{
file="$2" ; test -z "$file" && file="$srcdir/Makefile.am"
pattern=`echo "$1" | tr + .`
grep "^$1" "$file" | \
sed -e "s+$pattern.*=\s*++"
}
### Handle the COMPILE_{FIRST,LAST,BEFORE,AFTER} part of Makefile.am
### in the toplevel. Copied from admin/cvs.sh. Licence presumed LGPL).
create_subdirs()
{
echo "* Sorting top-level subdirs"
dirs=
idirs=
if test -f "$top_srcdir/inst-apps"; then
idirs=`cat "$top_srcdir/"inst-apps`
else
idirs=`cd "$top_srcdir" && ls -1 | sort`
fi
compilefirst=""
compilelast=""
if test -f "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in ; then
compilefirst=`sed -ne 's#^COMPILE_FIRST[ ]*=[ ]*##p' "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in | head -n 1`
compilelast=`sed -ne 's#^COMPILE_LAST[ ]*=[ ]*##p' "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in | head -n 1`
fi
for i in $idirs; do
if test -f "$top_srcdir/$i"/Makefile.am; then
case " $compilefirst $compilelast " in
*" $i "*) ;;
*) dirs="$dirs $i"
esac
fi
done
: > ./_SUBDIRS
for d in $compilefirst; do
echo $d >> ./_SUBDIRS
done
(for d in $dirs; do
list=""
if test -f "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in ; then
list=`sed -ne "s#^COMPILE_BEFORE_$d""[ ]*=[ ]*##p" "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in | head -n 1`
fi
for s in $list; do
echo $s $d
done
list=""
if test -f "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in ; then
list=`sed -ne "s#^COMPILE_AFTER_$d""[ ]*=[ ]*##p" "$top_srcdir/"Makefile.am.in | head -n 1`
fi
for s in $list; do
echo $d $s
done
echo $d $d
done ) | tsort >> ./_SUBDIRS
for d in $compilelast; do
echo $d >> ./_SUBDIRS
done
test -r _SUBDIRS && mv _SUBDIRS subdirs.top || true
}
### Add HTML header, footer, CSS tags to Doxyfile.
### Assumes $subdir is set. Argument is a string
### to stick in front of the file if needed.
apidox_htmlfiles()
{
dox_header="$top_srcdir/doc/api/$1header.html"
dox_footer="$top_srcdir/doc/api/$1footer.html"
dox_css="$top_srcdir/doc/api/doxygen.css"
test -f "$dox_header" || dox_header="$DOXDATA/$1header.html"
test -f "$dox_footer" || dox_footer="$DOXDATA/$1footer.html"
test -f "$dox_css" || dox_css="$DOXDATA/doxygen.css"
echo "HTML_HEADER = $dox_header" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile" ; \
echo "HTML_FOOTER = $dox_footer" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile" ; \
echo "HTML_STYLESHEET = $dox_css" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
}
apidox_specials()
{
line=`extract_line DOXYGEN_PROJECTNAME "$1"`
test -n "$line" && echo "PROJECT_NAME = \"$line\"" >> "$2"
}
apidox_local()
{
for i in "$top_srcdir/doc/api/Doxyfile.local"
do
if test -f "$i" ; then
cat "$i" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
break
fi
done
}
### Post-process HTML files by substituting in the menu files
#
# In non-top directories, both <!-- menu --> and <!-- gmenu -->
# are calculated and replaced. Top directories get an empty <!-- menu -->
# if any.
doxyndex()
{
# Special case top-level to have an empty MENU.
if test "x$subdir" = "x." ; then
MENU=""
htmldir="."
htmltop="$top_builddir" # Just ., presumably
echo "* Post-processing top-level files"
else
MENU="<ul>"
htmldir="$subdir/html"
htmltop="$top_builddir.." # top_builddir ends with /
echo "* Post-processing files in $htmldir"
# Build a little PHP file that maps class names to file
# names, for the quick-class-picker functionality.
# (The quick-class-picker is disabled due to styling
# problems in IE & FF).
(
echo "<?php \$map = array("; \
for htmlfile in `find $htmldir/ -type f -name "class[A-Z]*.html" | grep -v "\-members.html$"`; do
classname=`echo $htmlfile | sed -e "s,.*/class\\(.*\\).html,\1," -e "s,_1_1,::,g" -e "s,_01, ,g" -e "s,_4,>,g" -e "s+_00+,+g" -e "s+_3+<+g" | tr "[A-Z]" "[a-z]"`
echo " \"$classname\" => \"$htmlfile\","
done | sort ; \
echo ") ?>"
) > "$subdir/classmap.inc"
# This is a list of pairs, with / separators so we can use
# basename and dirname (a crude shell hack) to split them
# into parts. For each, if the file part exists (as a html
# file) tack it onto the MENU variable as a <li> with link.
for i in "Main Page/index" \
"Modules/modules" \
"Namespace List/namespaces" \
"Class Hierarchy/hierarchy" \
"Alphabetical List/classes" \
"Class List/annotated" \
"File List/files" \
"Directories/dirs" \
"Namespace Members/namespacemembers" \
"Class Members/functions" \
"Related Pages/pages"
do
NAME=`dirname "$i"`
FILE=`basename "$i"`
test -f "$htmldir/$FILE.html" && MENU="$MENU<li><a href=\"$FILE.html\">$NAME</a></li>"
done
MENU="$MENU</ul>"
fi
# Get the list of global Menu entries.
GMENU=`cat subdirs | tr -d '\n'`
PMENU=`grep '<!-- pmenu' "$htmldir/index.html" | sed -e 's+.*pmenu *++' -e 's+ *-->++' | awk '{ c=split($0,a,"/"); for (j=1; j<=c; j++) { printf " / <a href=\""; if (j==c) { printf("."); } for (k=j; k<c; k++) { printf "../"; } if (j<c) { printf("../html/index.html"); } printf "\">%s</a>\n" , a[j]; } }' | tr -d '\n'`
# Map the PHP file into HTML options so that
# it can be substituted in for the quick-class-picker.
CMENU=""
# For now, leave the CMENU disabled
CMENUBEGIN="<!--"
CMENUEND="-->"
if test "x$subdir" = "x." ; then
# Disable CMENU on toplevel anyway
CMENUBEGIN="<!--"
CMENUEND="-->"
else
test -f "$subdir/classmap.inc" && \
CMENU=`grep '=>' "$subdir/classmap.inc" | sed -e 's+"\([^"]*\)" => "'"$subdir/html/"'\([^"]*\)"+<option value="\2">\1<\/option>+' | tr -d '\n'`
if test -f "$subdir/classmap.inc" && grep "=>" "$subdir/classmap.inc" > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
# Keep the menu, it's useful
:
else
CMENUBEGIN="<!--"
CMENUEND="-->"
fi
fi
# Now substitute in the MENU in every file. This depends
# on HTML_HEADER (ie. header.html) containing the
# <!-- menu --> comment.
for i in "$htmldir"/*.html
do
if test -f "$i" ; then
sed -e "s+<!-- menu -->+$MENU+" \
-e "s+<!-- gmenu -->+$GMENU+" \
-e "s+<!-- pmenu.*-->+$PMENU+" \
-e "s+<!-- cmenu.begin -->+$CMENUBEGIN+" \
-e "s+<!-- cmenu.end -->+$CMENUEND+" \
< "$i" | sed -e "s+@topdir@+$htmltop+g" > "$i.new" && mv "$i.new" "$i"
sed -e "s+<!-- cmenu -->+$CMENU+" < "$i" > "$i.new"
test -s "$i.new" && mv "$i.new" "$i"
fi
done
}
### Handle the Doxygen processing of a toplevel directory.
apidox_toplevel()
{
echo ""
echo "*** Creating API documentation main page for $module_name"
echo "*"
rm -f "Doxyfile"
for i in "$top_srcdir/doc/api/Doxyfile.global" \
"$top_srcdir/admin/Doxyfile.global" \
"$DOXDATA/Doxyfile.global"
do
if test -f "$i" ; then
cp "$i" Doxyfile
break
fi
done
if test ! -f "Doxyfile" ; then
echo "* Cannot create Doxyfile."
exit 1
fi
cat "$top_builddir/Doxyfile.in" >> Doxyfile
echo "INPUT = $top_srcdir" >> Doxyfile
echo "OUTPUT_DIRECTORY = $top_builddir" >> Doxyfile ; \
echo "FILE_PATTERNS = *.dox" >> Doxyfile ; \
echo "RECURSIVE = NO" >> Doxyfile ; \
echo "ALPHABETICAL_INDEX = NO" >> Doxyfile ; \
echo "HTML_OUTPUT = ." >> Doxyfile ; \
apidox_htmlfiles "main"
# KDevelop has a top-level Makefile.am with settings.
for i in "$top_srcdir/Makefile.am.in" "$top_srcdir/Makefile.am"
do
if test -f "$i" ; then
grep '^DOXYGEN_SET_' "$i" | \
sed -e 's+DOXYGEN_SET_++' -e "s+@topdir@+$top_srcdir+" >> Doxyfile
apidox_specials "$srcdir/Makefile.am" "$subdir/Doxyfile"
break
fi
done
apidox_local
doxygen Doxyfile
( cd "$top_srcdir" && grep -l '^include.*Doxyfile.am' `find . -name Makefile.am` ) | sed -e 's+/Makefile.am$++' -e 's+^\./++' | sort > subdirs.in
for i in `cat subdirs.in`
do
test "x." = "x$i" && continue;
dir=`dirname "$i"`
file=`basename "$i"`
if test "x." = "x$dir" ; then
dir=""
else
dir="$dir/"
fi
indent=`echo "$dir" | sed -e 's+[^/]*/+\&nbsp;\&nbsp;+g' | sed -e 's+&+\\\&+g'`
entryname=`extract_line DOXYGEN_SET_PROJECT_NAME "$top_srcdir/$dir/$file/Makefile.am"`
test -z "$entryname" && entryname="$file"
if grep DOXYGEN_EMPTY "$top_srcdir/$dir/$file/Makefile.am" > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo "<li>$indent$file</li>"
else
echo "<li>$indent<a href=\"@topdir@/$dir$file/html/index.html\">$entryname</a></li>"
fi
done > subdirs
doxyndex
}
### Handle the Doxygen processing of a non-toplevel directory.
apidox_subdir()
{
echo ""
echo "*** Creating apidox in $subdir"
echo "*"
rm -f "$subdir/Doxyfile"
if test ! -d "$top_srcdir/$subdir" ; then
echo "* No source (sub)directory $subdir"
return
fi
for i in "$top_srcdir/doc/api/Doxyfile.global" \
"$top_srcdir/admin/Doxyfile.global" \
"$DOXDATA/Doxyfile.global"
do
if test -f "$i" ; then
cp "$i" "$subdir/Doxyfile"
break
fi
done
test -f "Doxyfile.in" || create_doxyfile_in
cat "Doxyfile.in" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
echo "PROJECT_NAME = \"$subdir\"" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
echo "INPUT = $srcdir" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
echo "OUTPUT_DIRECTORY = ." >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
if grep -l "$subdir/" subdirs.in > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo "RECURSIVE = NO" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
fi
echo "HTML_OUTPUT = $subdir/html" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
echo "GENERATE_TAGFILE = $subdir/$subdirname.tag" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
test -d "$top_srcdir/doc/api" && \
echo "IMAGE_PATH = $top_srcdir/doc/api" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
apidox_htmlfiles ""
# Makefile.ams may contain overrides to our settings,
# so copy them in.
grep '^DOXYGEN_SET_' "$srcdir/Makefile.am" | \
sed -e 's+DOXYGEN_SET_++' >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
apidox_specials "$srcdir/Makefile.am" "$subdir/Doxyfile"
excludes=`extract_line DOXYGEN_EXCLUDE`
if test -n "$excludes"; then
patterns=""
dirs=""
for item in `echo "$excludes"`; do
if test -d "$top_srcdir/$subdir/$item"; then
dirs="$dirs $top_srcdir/$subdir/$item/"
else
patterns="$patterns $item"
fi
done
echo "EXCLUDE_PATTERNS += $patterns" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
echo "EXCLUDE += $dirs" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
fi
echo "TAGFILES = \\" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
## For now, don't support \ continued references lines
tags=`extract_line DOXYGEN_REFERENCES`
for i in $tags qt ; do
tagsubdir=`dirname $i` ; tag=`basename $i`
tagpath=""
not_found=""
if test "x$tagsubdir" = "x." ; then
tagsubdir=""
else
tagsubdir="$tagsubdir/"
fi
# Find location of tag file
if test -f "$tagsubdir$tag/$tag.tag" ; then
file="$tagsubdir$tag/$tag.tag"
loc="$tagsubdir$tag/html"
else
# This checks for dox built with_out_ --no-modulename
# in the same build dir as this dox run was started in.
file=`ls -1 ../*-apidocs/"$tagsubdir$tag/$tag.tag" 2> /dev/null`
if test -n "$file" ; then
loc=`echo "$file" | sed -e "s/$tag.tag\$/html/"`
else
# If the tag file doesn't exist yet, but should
# because we have the right dirs here, queue
# this directory for re-processing later.
if test -d "$top_srcdir/$tagsubdir$tag" ; then
echo "* Need to re-process $subdir for tag $i"
echo "$subdir" >> "subdirs.later"
else
# Re-check in $PREFIX if needed.
test -n "$PREFIX" && \
file=`cd "$PREFIX" && \
ls -1 *-apidocs/"$tagsubdir$tag/$tag.tag" 2> /dev/null`
# If something is found, patch it up. The location must be
# relative to the installed location of the dox and the
# file must be absolute.
if test -n "$file" ; then
loc=`echo "../$file" | sed -e "s/$tag.tag\$/html/"`
file="$PREFIX/$file"
echo "* Tags for $tagsubdir$tag will only work when installed."
not_found="YES"
fi
fi
fi
fi
if test "$tag" = "qt" ; then
if test -z "$QTDOCDIR" ; then
echo " $file" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
else
if test -z "$file" ; then
# Really no Qt tags
echo "" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
else
echo " $file=$QTDOCDIR" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
fi
fi
else
if test -n "$file" ; then
test -z "$not_found" && echo "* Found tag $file"
echo " $file=../$top_builddir$loc \\" >> "$subdir/Doxyfile"
fi
fi
done
apidox_local
if grep '^DOXYGEN_EMPTY' "$srcdir/Makefile.am" > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
# This directory is empty, so don't process it, but
# *do* handle subdirs that might have dox.
:
else
# Regular processing
doxygen "$subdir/Doxyfile"
doxyndex
fi
}
### Run a given subdir by setting up global variables first.
do_subdir()
{
subdir=`echo "$1" | sed -e 's+/$++'`
srcdir="$top_srcdir/$subdir"
subdirname=`basename "$subdir"`
mkdir -p "$subdir" 2> /dev/null
if test ! -d "$subdir" ; then
echo "Can't create dox subdirectory $subdir"
return
fi
top_builddir=`echo "/$subdir" | sed -e 's+/[^/]*+../+g'`
apidox_subdir
}
### Create installdox-slow in the toplevel
create_installdox()
{
# Fix up the installdox script so it accepts empty args
#
# This code is copied from the installdox generated by Doxygen,
# copyright by Dimitri van Heesch and released under the GPL.
# This does a _slow_ update of the dox, because it loops
# over the given substitutions instead of assuming all the
# needed ones are given.
#
cat <<\EOF
#! /usr/bin/env perl
%subst = () ;
$quiet = 0;
if (open(F,"search.cfg"))
{
$_=<F> ; s/[ \t\n]*$//g ; $subst{"_doc"} = $_;
$_=<F> ; s/[ \t\n]*$//g ; $subst{"_cgi"} = $_;
}
while ( @ARGV ) {
$_ = shift @ARGV;
if ( s/^-// ) {
if ( /^l(.*)/ ) {
$v = ($1 eq "") ? shift @ARGV : $1;
($v =~ /\/$/) || ($v .= "/");
$_ = $v;
if ( /(.+)\@(.+)/ ) {
$subst{$1} = $2;
} else {
print STDERR "Argument $_ is invalid for option -l\n";
&usage();
}
}
elsif ( /^q/ ) {
$quiet = 1;
}
elsif ( /^\?|^h/ ) {
&usage();
}
else {
print STDERR "Illegal option -$_\n";
&usage();
}
}
else {
push (@files, $_ );
}
}
if ( ! @files ) {
if (opendir(D,".")) {
foreach $file ( readdir(D) ) {
$match = ".html";
next if ( $file =~ /^\.\.?$/ );
($file =~ /$match/) && (push @files, $file);
($file =~ "tree.js") && (push @files, $file);
}
closedir(D);
}
}
if ( ! @files ) {
print STDERR "Warning: No input files given and none found!\n";
}
foreach $f (@files)
{
if ( ! $quiet ) {
print "Editing: $f...\n";
}
$oldf = $f;
$f .= ".bak";
unless (rename $oldf,$f) {
print STDERR "Error: cannot rename file $oldf\n";
exit 1;
}
if (open(F,"<$f")) {
unless (open(G,">$oldf")) {
print STDERR "Error: opening file $oldf for writing\n";
exit 1;
}
if ($oldf ne "tree.js") {
while (<F>) {
foreach $sub (keys %subst) {
s/doxygen\=\"$sub\:([^ \"\t\>\<]*)\" (href|src)=\"\1/doxygen\=\"$sub:$subst{$sub}\" \2=\"$subst{$sub}/g;
print G "$_";
}
}
}
else {
while (<F>) {
foreach $sub (keys %subst) {
s/\"$sub\:([^ \"\t\>\<]*)\", \"\1/\"$sub:$subst{$sub}\" ,\"$subst{$sub}/g;
print G "$_";
}
}
}
}
else {
print STDERR "Warning file $f does not exist\n";
}
unlink $f;
}
sub usage {
print STDERR "Usage: installdox [options] [html-file [html-file ...]]\n";
print STDERR "Options:\n";
print STDERR " -l tagfile\@linkName tag file + URL or directory \n";
print STDERR " -q Quiet mode\n\n";
exit 1;
}
EOF
}
# Do only the subdirs that match the RE passed in as $1
do_subdirs_re()
{
RE=`echo "$1" | sed -e 's+/$++'`
# Here's a queue of dirs to re-process later when
# all the rest have been done already.
> subdirs.later
# subdirs.top lists _all_ subdirs of top in the order they
# should be handled; subdirs.in lists those dirs that contain
# dox. So the intersection of the two is the ordered list
# of top-level subdirs that contain dox.
#
# subdirs.top also doesn't contain ".", so that special
# case can be ignored in the loop.
(
for i in `grep "^$RE" subdirs.top`
do
if test "x$i" = "x." ; then
continue
fi
# Calculate intersection of this element and the
# set of dox dirs.
if grep "^$i\$" subdirs.in > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
echo "$i"
mkdir -p "$i" 2> /dev/null
# Handle the subdirs of this one
for j in `grep "$i/" subdirs.in`
do
echo "$j"
mkdir -p "$j" 2> /dev/null
done
fi
done
# Now we still need to handle whatever is left
for i in `cat subdirs.in`
do
test -d "$i" || echo "$i"
mkdir -p "$i" 2> /dev/null
done
) > subdirs.sort
for i in `cat subdirs.sort`
do
do_subdir "$i"
done
if test -s "subdirs.later" ; then
sort subdirs.later | uniq > subdirs.sort
for i in `cat subdirs.sort`
do
: > subdirs.later
echo "*** Reprocessing $i"
do_subdir "$i"
test -s "subdirs.later" && echo "* Some tag files were still not found."
done
fi
}
if test "x." = "x$top_builddir" ; then
apidox_toplevel
create_subdirs
create_installdox > installdox-slow
if test "x$recurse" = "x1" ; then
if test "x$module_name" = "xkdelibs" ; then
if test -z "$QTDOCTAG" && test -d "$QTDOCDIR" && \
test ! -f "qt/qt.tag" ; then
# Special case: create a qt tag file.
echo "*** Creating a tag file for the Qt library:"
mkdir qt
doxytag -t qt/qt.tag "$QTDOCDIR" > /dev/null 2>&1
fi
fi
if test -n "$QTDOCTAG" && test -r "$QTDOCTAG" ; then
echo "*** Copying tag file for the Qt library:"
mkdir qt
cp "$QTDOCTAG" qt/qt.tag
fi
do_subdirs_re "."
fi
else
if test "x$recurse" = "x1" ; then
do_subdirs_re "$subdir"
else
do_subdir "$subdir"
fi
fi
# At the end of a run, clean up stuff.
if test "YES" = "$cleanup" ; then
rm -f subdirs.in subdirs.later subdirs.sort subdirs.top Doxyfile.in
rm -f `find . -name Doxyfile`
rm -f qt/qt.tag
rmdir qt > /dev/null 2>&1
fi
exit 0