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  Easy Code Documentation with Xcode
Subject:   Separate target
Date:   2004-09-15 08:49:40
From:   cparnot
I created a separate target for the shell script: the target does not compile anything, it just runs the one shell script to build the documentation (I think in Xcode, it is called an aggregate target?). This way, I don't have Doxygen going through all the files in the source every time I build, and I can rebuild the documentation when I feel the need for it and/or I know I changed something. This makes a big difference for projects larger than the example here.


I have then a related question: is there a way to get Doxygen to be smarter and only scan files that have been modified? It seems it goes through all the files no matter what and rebuild the whole html directory from scratch every time it is called.


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