Fabrice, thank you for your quick response. The flag was already set to YES. However, in the meantime I realized that doxygen works for private directories located in standard folders but not in class folders:
foo/private/stuff.m % works
foo/@myclass/stuff.m % works
foo/@myclass/private/stuff.m % won't appear in doxygen
thank you for this great and useful piece of software! Just one little question: I got directories named `private' in my Matlab-project. The documentation of .m files contained in such directories are not displayed. Any suggestions?
This script is great!
It would be fantastic to have also a method to generate the source browser correctly with the comments stripped.
I've tried to strip the comments from the source files with a perl filter used in FILTER_SOURCE_FILES. But then the hyperlinks from the documentation to the code are wrong.
Any suggestion on how to do this?
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.
>> Romain W: Hi, is it possible to actually generate the streamlines from the glyphs, once exported to paraFoam?
Since vtkquiver stores only the vectors without underlying mesh, such a one has to be generated first. For instance, in ParaView:
1. Load pvd file that was generated by vtkquiver
2. Filter -> Delaunay 2D
3. Filter -> Stream Tracer
4. In Stream Tracer, set 'Interpolator Type' to 'Cell Locator' and set 'Seed Type' to 'Line Source'