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 Post subject: how to add coustomized side frame to doxygen html
PostPosted: Mon May 22, 2017 7:32 am 
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Hi, fiends.

I am using doxygen to generate an API document for my project written in pure C. I want to have a left side frame in the index.html generated by doxygen. So I enabled the option "GENERATE_TREEVIEW" in Doxyfile, but I am not satisfied with its layout.

I want a brief tree layout, not like this :
Code:
    Files
        File List
        File Members
             All
             Functions


I have only one file to export, so I don't need "File List".
I have only functions to export(no variables, class etc.), so I don't need "File members".

And, the most reason I want to customize is that I want to classify my API into several different sub-class. Just like this:
Code:
    Cursor Operation
        vi_h()
        vi_j()
        vi_k()
        vi_l()
    Text Edit
        vi_dw()
        vi_dd()
    Text Search
        vi_f()
        vi_F()


But doxygen seems doesn't provide a way to customize the side frame.
I have thought about another way: give up side frame, and use an category page, which can be accomplished using \section and @ref. But this is not good for readers, because every time they click, they have to switch to another web-brower tab, slow and inconvenient.

Help me!


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