> On 10/10/07, *Frank Peelo* <[hidden email] <mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
> The \version Special Command allows one to write a paragraph about a
> specific version of your program.
> Putting - at the start of a line allows one to write a bulleted list.
> Are these two features supposed to work together?
> The version command was not intended for creating a changelog, but
> merely to mark a function or class with a certain version number, for
> the API version in which it first appeared.
Ahhh, right. When I read the documentation, I did not understand that. I
thought it was to document versions of the class/program/whatever, in
case there was some special processing that Doxygen could do with
version logs -- not that I know of any, but I'm sure there are features
of Doxygen that I haven't seen yet.
So, that means I just ignore the version command, and write the version
log like any other bulleted list. That has solved my problem.