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EDoc++ can be obtained in a few different formats. From the sourceforge download page it is possible to download source and binary packages as well as a few external packages required to build EDoc++ from source when it is obtained by CVS. The sourceforge download page can be found at: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=181536
Listed below are the various files that can be downloaded for version: 0.2.1:
Complete EDoc++ source including required GCC and doxygen archives.
Debian precompiled linux binary for Ubuntu
Redhat precompiled linux binary
Cygwin binary (I may not include this from version 0.2.1) @@@Brendon
NetBSD 3.1 binary
Note: Source packages other than the original source tarball can be obtained on request.
If you choose to dowload EDoc++ from CVS, then you will require some additional files. This also applies if you have obtained a cutdown source tarball. The cutdown source tarball will be named: edoc-0.2.1-small.tar.bz2 and is not officially distributed at the moment. These instructions below apply to both CVS and cutdown source.
GCC 4.0.1 source tarballs
Note: These two files should be placed in the
Doxygen 1.5.1 source tarball
Like the GCC 4.0.1 source tarballs this one is required to build the patched version of doxygen that works with the EDoc++ generated data files. This can be downloaded from:
Note: This file should be placed in the