include/exclude comment content - based on html vs. latex ?

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include/exclude comment content - based on html vs. latex ?

 Hello, Doxygen-users,   In Doxygen 1.8.10 (on Windows), is there any way to have different portions of the Doxygen comment block appear depending on which output is generated?   I was producing only HTML, and so I had nice tables of thumbnail images that the user can click to open a full-size page of the image. But now that I’ve added PDF (well, Doxygen->LaTeX->PDF), verbiage such as “click the thumbnail” doesn’t make sense. I’m using the full-size image for the “\image latex” instead of what I use for the html output (an on the thumbnail that resolves to the full-size image).   As well, there are places where I’d like to simply refer people to a named section in the PDF, but in the HTML include an actual image.   I know that I could use separate Doxyfile config files and the ENABLED_SECTIONS to selectively enable parts of the comments based on their output (for example; __INCLUDE_PDF-ONLY_CONTENT__ and __INCLUDE_HTML-ONLY_CONTENT__), but then that’s yet another configuration file to keep in sync. So I’m hoping for some smarter way to get Doxygen comments into only one output format.   I do know about the \htmlonly and \latexonly commands, but then I really have to know how to deal with low-level LaTeX coding, which I’d prefer Doxygen took care of.   Thanks for any suggestions, -Monique   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ _______________________________________________ Doxygen-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/doxygen-users