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Carnë, are you planning to update the Doxygen on a regular basis? The linked dev version is almost a month old by now...

Siko1056 (talk) 14:09, 5 June 2017 (PDT)

I updated it now. Just ping someone on IRC when you find it too much
out of date. The thing doesn't change much to start with and anyone
dependent on the very last develolpment is already playing with fire.
I think we can't set up the build there because long running jobs get
killed, it's just to serve pages. I could setup a job on my computer
that would push the build every week. The simplest method would have
a passwordless key to octave.org which I am not keen on. I don't
really have the time to setup anything more involved.
--carandraug (talk) 04:15, 6 June 2017 (PDT)
Thank you for that! I build the dev version including Doxygen for myself every week. A month ago I realized, that the publication of Doxygen was really forgotten. Even if we do not really care about Doxygen-documentation, the result of Doxygen is more than a good start to dig into the sources (the dependencies become way clearer). On https://octave.space, I thought it would be nice to share "my effort" with the community as a by-product, to provide up-to-date Doxygen, without annoying anyone to do any work. Using https://octave.space I can keep the things up-to-date myself, on octave.org not. Personally, I do get my Doxygen and I was also fine providing only the Doxygen for stable releases here, again, it was just the idea of being kind to the community without almost any effort for me.
Siko1056 (talk) 05:14, 6 June 2017 (PDT)
I used to do the same on octave forge but then was moved to
octave.org (which I think is a good thing). I didn't have an
account on that server until last month which is when I started
updating it again.
--carandraug (talk) 07:27, 6 June 2017 (PDT)
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