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Provides various different types, typedefs, and functions used throughout.
The brief file description is done using the
\brief command from Doxygen. The
current text you are using has “advanced” reStructuredText syntax such as grid tables
To document a file with directives or other “advanced” syntax, you will need to
rst verbatim environment. See the description for
DEFAULT_DOXYGEN_STDIN_BASE for the definition and usage
of this environment.
walk() function for details on what is / is not
supported in terms of Doxygen documentation constructs for file level documentation.
When in doubt, simply use
endrst and bypass Exhale’s “miniparser”.
I can have some C++ code shown:
throw std::runtime_error("Would you rather I segfault?")
Or some Python code:
raise RuntimeError("Would you rather I dereference None?")
All using the
.. code-block:: environment:
I can have some C++ code shown: .. code-block:: cpp throw std::runtime_error("Would you rather I segfault?") Or some Python code: .. code-block:: py raise RuntimeError("Would you rather I dereference None?")
And since grid tables are just so damn wonderful, we’ll do one just for kicks
Did you Know?
How is that possible?
You can link to other Sphinx docs!
Set it up in your
Checkout the Using Intersphinx guide for more information.