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bug: Mysterious DoxyPress aborted message

PostPosted: Tue Oct 27 2015 2:59 pm
by marlowa
My run of doxypress is aborting for no apparant reason. At first I thought it was due to a large number of warnings, perhaps passing some threshold. But then I turned warnings off and still got the error. When quiet it turned on it is extremely quiet - it sits there for a while and then simply says ** DoxyPress Aborted. I turned off quiet mode, hoping it would shed some light, but it didn't give much. Here's the end of the log:

Searching for member function documentation
Building page list
Search for main page
Computing page relations
Determining the scope of groups
Freeing entry tree
Determining which enums are documented
Computing member relations
Building full member lists recursively
Adding members to member groups

** DoxyPress Aborted

If only the Aborted message was preceeded by the reason...

Re: bug: Mysterious DoxyPress aborted message

PostPosted: Tue Oct 27 2015 3:57 pm
by barbara
Thank you for submitting your issue.

Can you submit a test case for us to review? Feel free to zip / tar a file and email to barbara@copperspice.com

Thanks

Re: bug: Mysterious DoxyPress aborted message

PostPosted: Tue Nov 03 2015 5:24 pm
by marlowa
barbara wrote:Thank you for submitting your issue.
Can you submit a test case for us to review? Feel free to zip / tar a file and email to barbara@copperspice.com
Thanks

Yes, at long last, I can. Here it is:
Code: Select all
/**
* my test class.
*/
class Myclass
{
public:
/** @name Constructors
 *  Type safe and safer than exposing a var arg constructor.
 */
/* @{ */
  Myclass();
  Myclass(long);
  Myclass(long, long);
/* @} */
};

It makes no difference if the grouping directives are done using C block comments or C++ '//' comments.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 07 2015 12:53 pm
by marlowa
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Re: bug: Mysterious DoxyPress aborted message

PostPosted: Tue Dec 29 2015 7:59 am
by marlowa
marlowa wrote:
barbara wrote:Thank you for submitting your issue.
Can you submit a test case for us to review? Feel free to zip / tar a file and email to barbara@copperspice.com
Thanks

Yes, at long last, I can. Here it is:

[snip]
With release candidate 3 I am pleased to report that this problem has gone away and so have a few others which also caused crashes. The legacy code base I am using to test with now gets through doxypress completely. :-)

Re: bug: Mysterious DoxyPress aborted message

PostPosted: Wed Dec 30 2015 5:46 am
by ansel
marlowa wrote:With release candidate 3 I am pleased to report that this problem has gone away and so have a few others which also caused crashes. The legacy code base I am using to test with now gets through doxypress completely. :-)


That is wonderful news! Thank you so much for your diligent testing. We are very excited about our upcoming public release we anticipate by the end of January. New documentation will be up within the week.

Thanks again for all your help.