I need to escape the sequence `*/‘ inside a code block.
For example, consider a shell command with wildcards:
\code $ ls foo*/ \endcode
The problem, of course, is this is in a C/C++ file, so the delimiter for the Doxygen comment block is `/** … */‘. The compiler sees the `*/‘ in the code block as the end of the comment block as a whole, and tries to parse the rest of the Doxygen block as code, resulting in lots of parse errors.
While Doxygen has many escapes for special characters, `\/' and `\*' aren’t among them.
I’ve looked at the suggestions in these prior threads, but none of them address this case:
The index lists
But the documentation (and feature) is really \-- and \---
Dr. Peter D. Barnes, Jr. NACS Division
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