Aurélien Gâteau


written on Saturday, October 6, 2007

I have been using CMake Help for a while, but I was missing some of the nice features of Qt Assistant. I first thought about adding those missing features, but I realized it would be even nicer to go the other way: integrate CMake documentation in Qt Assistant.

The result is CMake2assistant, which you can grab from Quoting the README:

This tool parses CMake output to generate an HTML cross-referenced version of CMake commands and modules. It also generates a .dcf file which can be used to integrate the CMake documentation in Qt Assistant v3 or v4.
Since I know all you are looking for is screenshots, here are some pictures to feed your pixel hunger.

index.png command.png

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