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    Hi if anyone has experience with doxygen I would appreciate it if you could help me

    I have run the program and generated my documentation in the form of html and the .tex files, now the html works fine, but I'm having a hard time adding the .tex files to my existing LateX document. can someone explain what to do with the .tex files?
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    (Original post by kingkongjaffa)
    Hi if anyone has experience with doxygen I would appreciate it if you could help me

    I have run the program and generated my documentation in the form of html and the .tex files, now the html works fine, but I'm having a hard time adding the .tex files to my existing LateX document. can someone explain what to do with the .tex files?
    So...this is more of a latex problem? Have you looked into the 'include' and 'input' commands?

    Perhaps you can give a stripped down example of what your main .tex file and generated .tex files look like? E.g. do the generated ones have headings?

    Alternatively, you could try the doxygen-users mailing list?
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    fixed it now I was getting raw .tex files and didn;t know I had to compile them with the batch file.

    problem solved
 
 
 
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