The inject-documentation node inserts the documentation into the generated documentation. This node is a child of the object-type, value-type and modify-function nodes.<value-type> <inject-documentation mode="append | prepend | replace" format="native | target" > // the documentation </inject-code> </value-type>
The mode attribute default value is replace.
The format attribute specifies when the documentation injection will occur and it accepts the following values:
native: Before XML<->Backend transformation occur, so the injected code must be a valid XML.
target: After XML<->Backend transformation occur, so the injected code must be a valid backend format.
At the moment the only supported backend is Sphinx.
The modify-documentation node allows you to change the auto-generated documentation. API Extractor transforms XML’s from qdoc (the Qt documentation tool) into .rst files to be processed later using Sphinx. You can modify the XML before the transformation takes place.<modify-documentation xpath="..."> <!-- new documentation --> </modify-documentation>
The xpath attribute is the XPath to the node that you want to modify.
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