I'm using Doxygen to generate doc files for Java classes that are organized in an Eclipse project. Doxygen appears to run without any problems, but the doc page for classes in the project includes an error in the section that lists the constructor.
Here's an example of what the problem looks like. Say the project is part of the following package:
The name of a class in the project is this:
So the full name of the class would be this:
In the result file Doxygen produces for 'MyClass', the very first section has this:
Public Member Functions
So far, so good -- this looks fine. But the next section has the problem:
Constructor & Destructor Documentation
Here the class name is included *twice* in the full name listing, almost as if it's there once as part of the package name and then again, filling the role of class name. This, of course, would not compile. It's a real shame, since otherwise, the results Doxygen produced look pretty good. And, it was fast, easy, and free to do this, so I don't want to complain too loudly about this.
Has anybody else had this problem with Doxygen? For there to be any errors in the results, I would not have guessed it would be with the constructor!