Release Notes: A number of issues found in the 1.6 series so far were fixed.
Release Notes: Two new methods of searching through the HTML documentation were added: via a PHP based Web server and via an Eclipse help plugin. The \addindex command now also works for the HTML indices. Rendering of LaTeX formulas in the HTML output has been improved (especially for non-white backgrounds), along with a number of smaller improvements and a large number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: A couple of issues found in the previous release were fixed.
Release Notes: The HTML output is now XHTML compliant and a new DHTML based live search function has been added, which replaces the PHP-based search function. The ablity to customise the LaTeX output has been improved. There were also a number of smaller improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release primarily focuses on bugfixes. The main new feature is the ability to include source code in the LaTeX/PDF output.
Release Notes: This release introduces an updated wizard, which now uses Qt4 and provides more convenience in configuring and running doxygen. It also features a new Qt Help generator, which no longer requires an external tool to postprocess the output. An option had been added that allows configuring the parser that doxygen will use for a given file extension. As always, a large number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version fixes the problem where doxygen stops with an error when GENERATE_HTML was set to NO. It also includes a couple of other fixes, and it is now possible to set the size of the font for dot generated graphs.
Release Notes: This version adds support for generating Qt help files (qch). The layout of the output can be tuned via a template layout file. New commands were added to support object-oriented C programs. As always, a large number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: A number of new options have been added to further allow fine tuning of the generated output. A large number of bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Doxygen now supports VHDL (a hardware description language). On Mac OS X, doxygen brings support for Leopard, Objective-C 2.0, and docsets (introduced in XCode 3). Also, compilation support for 64-bit Solaris systems was added. A large number of bugs have been fixed.