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Old 02-01-2005, 09:04 AM   #1
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Anyone use DOxygen for Perl?

Hi all,

I'm trying to write some basic DOxygen headers for some perl scripts, basically just to contain some script info that the dox generator can read.

From what I can tell, for C++ code it's something along the lines of:

//! This script makes Seventh post silly
//! Questions on LQ.ORG all the time


//* Seventh asks too many silly
//* Questions

But in Perl that's bad Syntax. Doxygen isn't reading my normal Perl comments (# Seventh stinks), so I'm assuming there's a similar "Doxygen friendly" format I need to use.

But despite Googling like a champ, I can't seem to find what that would be.

Any insight would really be appreciated. Thanks!


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