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C++ Library Documentation

For preparing C++ program documentation in the form of BoostBook or DocBook, XMLmind is an ideal tool.

To make this process even easier, we've created an XMLmind add-on which includes pre-made templates for documenting C++ constructs like Concept, Type, Function and others. With these templates, much of the workflow of preparing documentation is reduced to inserting the template, editing the relevant data, and deleting any subsections which don't apply.

  1. Please download XMLmind XML Editor Personal Edition using one of the links below:
    FileSize in bytesDateDescription
    Windows
    xxe-perso-7_6_0-setup.exe124,744,720December 11, 2017 10:42:23Windows auto-installable binary distribution, bundled with a private Java™ 1.8.0_144 runtime.

    System requirements. Installation instructions.

    Mac OS X
    xxe-perso-7_6_0.dmg157,346,721December 11, 2017 10:42:23Mac OS X native binary distribution, bundled with a private Java™ 1.8.0_144 runtime.

    System requirements. Installation instructions.

    Linux and any other Java™ 1.6+ platform
    xxe-perso-7_6_0.zip81,350,364December 11, 2017 10:42:23Distribution compressed with zip.

    System requirements. Installation instructions.

  2. Install XMLmind XML Editor.
  3. Start XMLmind XML Editor.
  4. Select menu item OptionsInstall Add-ons and select "Book Book Configuration" as shown in the screenshot below to download and install the "Book Book Configuration" add-on from within XMLmind XML Editor:
    Download and install the Boost Book add-on
  5. Restart XMLmind XML Editor as instructed.
  6. Select menu item FileNew, then select document template "Boost BookLibrary" as shown in the screenshot below:
    New Boost Book Library

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