Changeset 514


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Timestamp:
Jun 16, 2006 4:52:51 PM (16 years ago)
Author:
bennylp
Message:

Fixed pjlib doxygen documentation

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pjproject/trunk/pjlib
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7 edited

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  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/docs/footer.html

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    1 </TD></TR> 
    2 </TABLE> 
    3  
    4 </td> 
    5 </tr> 
    6 </table> 
     1        <!--#include virtual="/footer.html" --> 
    72 
    83</BODY> 
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/docs/header.html

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    22<html><head><meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html;charset=iso-8859-1"> 
    33<title>PJLIB Documentation</title> 
    4 <link href="doxygen.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> 
     4<link href="/style/style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> 
    55</head><body> 
     6        <!--#include virtual="/header.html" --> 
    67 
    7 <TABLE id="MainTable" cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0" width="100%" border="0"> 
    8 <!-- First Row, PJPROJECT logo. --> 
    9 <TR> 
    10     <TD> 
    11         <TABLE id="LogoTable" cellSpacing="0" cellPadding="0" width="100%" border="0"> 
    12             <TR> 
    13                 <TD><a href="/" target="_top"><IMG src="/images/pjlogo.jpg" border="0"></a></TD> 
    14                 <TD>&nbsp;</TD> 
    15                 <TD>&nbsp;</TD> 
    16             </TR> 
    17         </TABLE> 
    18     </TD> 
    19 </TR> 
    20 <!-- Second Row, a HR. --> 
    21 <TR> 
    22     <td colspan="3"><hr noshade size="1"> 
    23     </td> 
    24 </TR> 
    25 <!-- Third row, main contents. --> 
    26 <TR> 
    27     <TD> 
    28  
    29 <!-- Main doxygen content --> 
    30 <TABLE border="0"> 
    31   <TR><TD width="800" align="left"> 
    32  
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/include/pj/doxygen.h

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    235235 * 
    236236 * 
    237  * @subsection hl_network_io_sec High-Level Network I/O 
    238  * 
    239  * At higher abstraction, PJLIB provides @ref PJ_IOQUEUE,  
    240  * which promotes creating high performance network 
    241  * applications by managing asynchronous I/O. This is a passive framework 
    242  * that utilizes the most effective way to manage asynchronous I/O 
    243  * on a given platform, such as: 
    244  *  - IoCompletionPort on WinNT, 
    245  *  - on Linux it can use either /dev/epoll or aio. 
    246  *  - or to fall back to use @a select() 
    247  * 
    248  * At even a higher abstraction, PJLIB provides @ref PJ_EQUEUE, which 
    249  * combines asynchronous I/O with timer management and thread management  
    250  * to fasilitate creating trully high performance, event driven 
    251  * application. 
    252  *  
    253237 * 
    254238 * @subsection timer_mgmt_sec Timer Management 
     
    485469 * several choices on which \a dsw file to open: 
    486470 \verbatim 
    487  $PJPROJECT/build/pjproject.dsw 
    488  $PJPROJECT/pjlib/build/pjlib.dsw 
    489  $PJPROJECT/pjsip/build/pjsip.dsw 
     471  $PJPROJECT/pjlib/build/pjlib.dsw 
     472  $PJPROJECT/pjsip/build/pjsip.dsw 
    490473 ..etc 
    491474 \endverbatim 
    492475 * 
    493  * The easiest way is to open <tt>pjproject.dsw</tt> file in \b \c $PJPROJECT/build 
    494  * directory. However this will only build the required projects, not 
    495  * the complete projects. For example, the PJLIB test and samples projects  
    496  * are not included in this workspace. To build the complete projects, you must 
     476 * The easiest way is to open <tt>pjsip_apps.dsw</tt> file in \b \c $PJPROJECT/pjsip-apps/build 
     477 * directory, and build pjsua project or the samples project.  
     478 * However this will not build the complete projects.  
     479 * For example, the PJLIB test is not included in this workspace.  
     480 * To build the complete projects, you must 
    497481 * open and build each \a dsw file in \c build directory in each 
    498482 * subprojects. For example, to open the complete PJLIB workspace, open 
     
    568552 * 
    569553 \verbatim 
    570    $ cd /home/user/pjproject         # <-- go to $PJPROJECT 
    571    $ vi build.mak                    # <-- set build target etc 
     554   $ cd /home/user/pjproject 
     555   $ ./configure 
    572556   $ touch pjlib/include/pj/config_site.h 
    573    $ cd pjlib/build                  # <-- go to projet's build dir 
    574    $ make                            # <-- build the project 
     557   $ make dep 
     558   $ make 
    575559 \endverbatim 
    576560 * 
    577  * For other project, \a cd to <tt>build</tt> directory in the project 
    578  * and execute \a make from there. 
     561 * The above process will build all static libraries and all applications. 
     562 * 
     563 * \note the <tt>configure</tt> script is not a proper autoconf script, 
     564 * but rather a simple shell script to detect current host. This script 
     565 * currently does not support cross-compilation. 
    579566 * 
    580567 * \note For Linux kernel target, there are additional steps required, which 
    581568 * will be explained in section \ref linux_kern_target_subsec. 
    582569 * 
    583  * @subsubsection build_mak_sec Editing build.mak 
     570 * @subsubsection build_mak_sec Cross Compilation 
    584571 *  
    585  * The \c build.mak file in \c $PJPROJECT root directory is used to 
    586  * specify the build configuration. This file is expected to export 
    587  * the following \a make variables: 
    588  * 
    589  *  - <tt><b>MACHINE_NAME</b></tt> 
    590  *\n 
    591  *    Target machine/processor, one of: <b>{ i386 | alpha | sparc }</b>. 
    592  * 
    593  *  - <tt><b>OS_NAME</b></tt> 
    594  *\n 
    595  *    Target operating system, one of: <b>{ win32 | linux |  
    596  *      linux-kernel | sunos }</b>. 
    597  * 
    598  *  - <tt><b>CC_NAME</b></tt> 
    599  *\n 
    600  *    Compiler name: <b>{ gcc | vc }</b>\n 
    601  *    (Note that support for Visual C (vc) compiler with the \c make system is 
    602  *    experimental, and it will only work when run inside a DOS shell 
    603  *    (i.e. <tt>"HOST_NAME=win32"</tt>)). 
    604  * 
    605  *  - <tt><b>HOST_NAME</b></tt> 
    606  *\n 
    607  *    Build host: <b>{ unix | mingw | win32 }</b>\n 
    608  *    (Note: win32 host means a DOS command prompt. Support for this type 
    609  *    of development host is experimental). 
    610  * 
    611  * These variables will cause the correct configuration file in  
    612  * \c $PJPROJECT/build directory to be executed by \a make. For  
    613  * example, specifying \c OS_NAME=linux will cause file \c os-linux.mak 
    614  * in \c build directory to be executed. These files contain specific 
    615  * configuration for the option that is selected. 
     572 * For cross compilation, you will need to edit the \c build.mak file in  
     573 * \c $PJPROJECT root directory manually. Please see <b>README-configure</b> file 
     574 * in the root directory for more information. 
    616575 * 
    617576 * For Linux kernel target, you are also required to declare the following 
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/include/pj/os.h

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    506506 * @ingroup PJ_OS 
    507507 * @{ 
     508 * Reader/writer mutex is a classic synchronization object where multiple 
     509 * readers can acquire the mutex, but only a single writer can acquire the  
     510 * mutex. 
     511 */ 
     512 
     513/** 
     514 * Opaque declaration for reader/writer mutex. 
    508515 * Reader/writer mutex is a classic synchronization object where multiple 
    509516 * readers can acquire the mutex, but only a single writer can acquire the  
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/include/pj/string.h

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    456456 * @param src       The source string. 
    457457 */ 
    458 PJ_IDECL(void) pj_strcat2(pj_str_t *dst, const char *str); 
     458PJ_IDECL(void) pj_strcat2(pj_str_t *dst, const char *src); 
    459459 
    460460 
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/include/pj/types.h

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    314314 * Swap the byte order of an 32bit data. 
    315315 * 
    316  * @param val16     The 32bit data. 
     316 * @param val32     The 32bit data. 
    317317 * 
    318318 * @return          An 32bit data with swapped byte order. 
  • pjproject/trunk/pjlib/include/pj/unicode.h

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    2222#include <pj/types.h> 
    2323 
     24 
     25/** 
     26 * @defgroup PJ_UNICODE Unicode Support 
     27 * @ingroup PJ_MISC 
     28 * @{ 
     29 */ 
    2430 
    2531PJ_BEGIN_DECL 
     
    6167#if defined(PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE) && PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE!=0 
    6268 
     69/** 
     70 * This macro is used to declare temporary Unicode buffer for ANSI to  
     71 * Unicode conversion, and should be put in declaration section of a block. 
     72 * When PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE macro is not defined, this  
     73 * macro will expand to nothing. 
     74 */ 
    6375#   define PJ_DECL_UNICODE_TEMP_BUF(buf,size)   wchar_t buf[size]; 
     76 
     77/** 
     78 * This macro will convert ANSI string to native, when the platform's 
     79 * native string is Unicode (PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE is non-zero). 
     80 */ 
    6481#   define PJ_STRING_TO_NATIVE(s,buf,max)       pj_ansi_to_unicode( \ 
    6582                                                    s, strlen(s), \ 
    6683                                                    buf, max) 
     84 
     85/** 
     86 * This macro is used to declare temporary ANSI buffer for Unicode to  
     87 * ANSI conversion, and should be put in declaration section of a block. 
     88 * When PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE macro is not defined, this  
     89 * macro will expand to nothing. 
     90 */ 
    6791#   define PJ_DECL_ANSI_TEMP_BUF(buf,size)      char buf[size]; 
     92 
     93 
     94/** 
     95 * This macro will convert Unicode string to ANSI, when the platform's 
     96 * native string is Unicode (PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE is non-zero). 
     97 */ 
    6898#   define PJ_NATIVE_TO_STRING(cs,buf,max)      pj_unicode_to_ansi( \ 
    6999                                                    cs, wcslen(cs), \ 
     
    72102#else 
    73103 
     104/** 
     105 * This macro is used to declare temporary Unicode buffer for ANSI to  
     106 * Unicode conversion, and should be put in declaration section of a block. 
     107 * When PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE macro is not defined, this  
     108 * macro will expand to nothing. 
     109 */ 
    74110#   define PJ_DECL_UNICODE_TEMP_BUF(var,size) 
     111/** 
     112 * This macro will convert ANSI string to native, when the platform's 
     113 * native string is Unicode (PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE is non-zero). 
     114 */ 
    75115#   define PJ_STRING_TO_NATIVE(s,buf,max)       ((char*)s) 
     116/** 
     117 * This macro is used to declare temporary ANSI buffer for Unicode to  
     118 * ANSI conversion, and should be put in declaration section of a block. 
     119 * When PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE macro is not defined, this  
     120 * macro will expand to nothing. 
     121 */ 
    76122#   define PJ_DECL_ANSI_TEMP_BUF(buf,size) 
     123/** 
     124 * This macro will convert Unicode string to ANSI, when the platform's 
     125 * native string is Unicode (PJ_NATIVE_STRING_IS_UNICODE is non-zero). 
     126 */ 
    77127#   define PJ_NATIVE_TO_STRING(cs,buf,max)      ((char*)(const char*)cs) 
    78128 
     
    83133PJ_END_DECL 
    84134 
     135/* 
     136 * @} 
     137 */ 
     138 
    85139 
    86140#endif  /* __PJ_UNICODE_H__ */ 
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