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Bug 173045 - [Tracker] Outstanding issues for support of D programming language in Doxygen
[Tracker] Outstanding issues for support of D programming language in Doxygen
Product: doxygen
Classification: Other
Component: general
Other All
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Assigned To: Dimitri van Heesch
Dimitri van Heesch
Depends on: 170235 172787 172789 173041 173043 300164 301895 301897 389656 403017 403022
Reported: 2005-04-08 10:37 UTC by Stewart Gordon
Modified: 2018-07-30 10:26 UTC
See Also:
GNOME target: ---
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Description Stewart Gordon 2005-04-08 10:37:38 UTC
Now Doxygen finally recognises that there's a such lagnuage as D, and makes a
half-hearted attempt at parsing code in this language.  Yes, it's still far from

This is a tracker for issues where Doxygen fails to understand aspects of D, and
where the Doxygen output from D code could do with improvement.

Bug 170235 - Support for D-style "alias"
Bug 172787 - Redundant namespace list in output from D code
Bug 172789 - Doxygen doesn't recognise attribute blocks in D
Bug 173041 - Doxygen doesn't recognise D keywords 'function' and 'delegate'
Bug 173043 - Doxygen doesn't understand D template syntax
Comment 1 Stewart Gordon 2005-04-11 09:56:42 UTC
Bug 300164 - Doxygen doesn't recognise D keywords 'extern', 'align' and 'pragma'
Comment 2 Stewart Gordon 2005-04-25 10:39:31 UTC
Bug 301895 - Support for D debug/version conditionals
Bug 301897 - Support for D /+ ... +/ comment syntax
Comment 3 André Klapper 2018-07-30 10:26:34 UTC
As discussed in , Doxygen has moved its issue tracking to

All Doxygen tickets in GNOME Bugzilla have been migrated to Github. You can subscribe and participate in the new ticket in Github. You can find the corresponding Github ticket by searching for its Bugzilla ID (number) in Github.

Hence I am closing this GNOME Bugzilla ticket.
Please use the corresponding ticket in Github instead. Thanks a lot!