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doxygen \ref cross-references to groups or files from other libraries only work
when the .map file was present when the HTML was generated, and when that .map
file was listed in TAGFILES in the Doxyfile.
- Makefile.am: introduce a two-pass build for doxygen API docs.
- First build pass makes sure the .tag files are present.
- Second build pass picks up all the references, hence generates hyperlinks
- Add all libraries to TAGFILES of all other libraries, so we can from now on
freely criss-cross reference from everywhere to everywhere.
- Add all libraries' tag files as dependencies for all others.
Example: in upcoming tdef.h, I would like to cross reference to tdef_vty.h, and
vice versa, even though they are in libosmocore and libosmovty, respectively.
This is now possible.
We may still need to fix some problems with naming collisions, see for example
stats.h, which exists twice with identical doxygen handle (different source
dirs seems to not suffice for doxygen).
In the generated API doc, do not print multiple enum values on the same line,
because this makes the lists pretty much unreadable.
Especially for short descriptions, it is annoying to have to type \brief for
every single API doc.
Drop all \brief and enable the AUTOBRIEF feature of doxygen, which always takes
the first sentence of an API doc as the brief description.
Currently, files that omit the \file directive and all functions, enums,
structs lacking a doxygen style comment are completely missing from the doxygen
Set EXTRACT_ALL = YES so that all files and code items are at least listed in
the doxygen API.
This adds the minimum amount of API documentation that we should have on
all our code, particularly new code merged into a library.
There are some projects, such as GR-GSM and OsmocomBB, which would
benefit from using one shared implementation of GSM 05.03 code. So,
this commit introduces a new sub-library called libosmocoding, which
(for now) provides GSM, GPRS and EDGE transcoding routines, migrated
The original GSM 05.03 code from OsmoBTS was relicensed under
GPLv2-or-later with permission of copyright holders (Andreas Eversberg,
Alexander Chemeris and Tom Tsou).
The following data types are currently supported:
- PDTCH (CS 1-4 and MCS 1-9)