Another strange point with inheritance. Imagine class Father inherited by two classes Son1 and Son2. In Father there is a method Father::doIt() overloaded by Son1::doIt(), but inherited directly from Father by Son2.
The strange point is that in Son2 documentation you’ll see comments about Father::doIt() (that is normal) followed by «Reimplemented in Son1» (that is weird — or may be this is a standard C++ documentation agreement ?)
I realized that comment in the function is not possible to extract by this filter even with "%>"
And function output parameter does not reveal in the documents also, if using a "..." for line break in the function name, the filter cannot parse it correctly.
Cool and thanks! I finally make it work. Keep stuck at the error "Argument must contain filename"
I fix it using this solution
Option1 does not fix it well, but option2 does the trick.
My name is Eckard Klotz. I\'m the developer behind the two sourceforge projects:
Moritz : http://sourceforge.net/projects/moritz/
MuLanPa : http://sourceforge.net/projects/mulanpa/
Both are open source freeware-projects and should be used as an extension of Doxygen to create algorithm describing diagrams like nassi shneiderman or uml activity diagrams.
Today in both projects.
The snapshot of the project Moritz
contains in the windows-distribution Moritz2_WIN32_2013_05_27.zip
in the folder LangPack\pascxal your filter. You will find in the file
The following paragraphs:
Since this distribution contains doxygen-configurations also and
with the version 1.9.08 the languages Matlab and Pascal are
supported also two third-party filters are added in the associated
Author: Darren Bowles
I hope that this is OK for you but please don't hesitate to argue if you
have some doubts about this. You will find a forum-section in both projects.