[chbot] Lazy software developers please read...

Charles Manning cdhmanning at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 05:18:10 BST 2014

Thanks for the comments thus far.

Clearly writing a whole lot of python does not satisfy the first
criterion of being lazy.

What I am really hoping for is something that I can just process with
a simple bash script

for f in *.[ch]
mash_file $f

But on reflection, I'll have to go into each file and fill out the
details anyway.

I will see what eclipe/geany can do.



On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 3:23 PM, Volker Kuhlmann
<list0570 at paradise.net.nz> wrote:
> On Wed 06 Aug 2014 13:48:44 NZST +1200, Charles Manning wrote:
>> I have approx 15000 lines of code that I need to add some more
>> comments to. I am thinking of using doxygen for all the functions
>> /structures.
> Every doxygen aware IDE or text editor should be able to add a doxygen
> skeleton above a function matching that function's prototype.
> These include eclipse, geany.
> I found eclipse (2.7) to be the proverbial pain initially and after
> reading about everyone complaining tried the suggested geany. In
> general, geany wasn't as powerful (incl doxygen support) and was as much
> of a pain to set up as arduino IDE.
> Not sure whether you want to do your own python scripting for this,
> though it would be a useful tool to have. Still have to fill in the
> templates though.
> Doxygen rocks.
>> First prize would be that it works under Linux.
> Claimed.
> That goes without saying, of course ;-)
> HTH,
> Volker
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