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doxygen warnings in semphr.h

Posted by Maxim on March 26, 2008
Hi Richard,

if I run doxygen over my project (includes FreeRTOS v4.7.2) I get the following warnings from semphr.h:
.../semphr.h:105: Warning: found </pre> tag without matching <pre>
.../semphr.h:467: Warning: explicit link request to 'define' could not be resolved
.../semphr.h:468: Warning: explicit link request to 'define' could not be resolved

Line 105: I suppose <pre> is missing
Line 467, 468: maybe it would be better to use \example or \code for API examples. \pre actually means "precondition":



RE: doxygen warnings in semphr.h

Posted by Richard on March 26, 2008
Originally Doxygen was used for everything, including generating the HTML for the FreeRTOS.org WEB site - however this was some time ago and the Doxygen compatibility has not been maintained for many years - I'm surprised you get anything sensible out of it.

In this case the <pre> is an HTML tag, not a doxygen tag, for PREformatted. I think the problem is there is no doxygen tag before it to tell doxygen to ignore it.


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